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82 PRODUCT GUIDE MAGNETIC DESK TIDY DURABLE PAPER BAGS With the desk tidy Big Box made of plastic, Giving Europe is introducing a multifunctional accessory that is also suitable as a storage box for other small items. The practical desk tidy, which can be attached to the fridge or a radiator by means of a magnet, is supplied to the recipient with a wipeable felt pen. It is available in the colours white, blue and red; advertising material can be applied by means of screen or transfer printing. PSI 45737 • Giving Europe GmbH • Tel +49 421 5965970 kontakt@givingeurope.de • www.givingeurope.de PSI Journal 8-9/2016 www.psi-network.de This year, Joytex is also offering paper bags. New in the collection is also the high-quality Bedford paper bag with a basis weight of 150 g/m². he bag is furnished with non-woven material inside, making the bag obust and durable. Hence the bag can be used more often than other aper bags. Nonetheless, it can be entirely recycled the same as other aper bags. The Bedford comes with printing on orders of as few as 250 or more. Delivery can be at short notice as all bags from Joytex are printed in he in-house screen printing shop in Rhede. Up to six printing colours are vailable. SI 41990 • Joytex GmbH & Co. KG • Tel +49 2872 9506-0 fo@joytex.de • www.joytex.de PRACTICAL SHOPPING ASSISTANT With the European directive to stem the per-capita consumption of plastic bags, many retailers have taken action. Alternative bags, such e Shop-in-Bag from East-West-Packaging, are therefore appealing. This comes in a handy storage pouch and can thus be folded up so small that in every trouser pocket or handbag. A promotional message can be y applied to the Shop-in-Bag by means of sublimation printing in four urs. The bags are available in seven basic colours from 200 pieces. 9541 • East West Beheer B.V. • Tel +31 6 53673436 d.hendriksen@eastwestpackaging.com • www.eastwestpackaging.com

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