Allied Printing Resources can produce Inserts by several different processes. Several factors should be considered when deciding what type of printing process would best satisfy your requirements. You should consider the quality required, the quantity and the type of image being printed. Shown below are brief explanations of different printing processes that are used to print Inserts. The explanations below may help you determine the best process for printing your Inserts.

Be sure to contact your Allied representative for further information.

Buck Slips


A removable label or slip of paper which has some type of redeemable value.




Lift Note (Lift Letter)

A smaller letter, in a direct mail package, used as a last chance to restate the offer. The lift letter is generally written by a different person than the writer of the main letter. It can be by someone of authority in the company or it may be testimonials from other customers.






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