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50x MasterStor Premium Quality Integrated Label Invoice Paper Dispatch Notes with a peel out label ideal for Amazon Ebay Packing Slips

50x MasterStor Premium Quality Integrated Label Invoice Paper Dispatch Notes with a peel out label ideal for Amazon Ebay Packing Slips

  • Integrated Label Invoice Paper for Amazon Sellers with easy peel 3mm corner label
  • You can print Amazon Dispatch Notes with a peel out label with the customer’s address details on
  • 1000 sheets of Amazon Despatch Note Invoice Paper also known as AP4. Manufactured in the UK.
  • Print directly from Amazon Seller Central or One Stop Order Processing
  • Made from CVG Premium Pre-Print paper for excellent printing results

1000 sheets of Integrated Label Paper. A sheet of A4 90gsm preprint quality paper with a single peel off label. Print Despatch Notes from Amazon Seller Central. The customer address is printed on the peelable label, which can be peeled off and put on the customer’s goods. You can save time when processing your Amazon orders. The paper is supplied completely blank with no advertising. Label is 110mm x 80mm. 10mm from left edge, 25mm from top. Label has easy peel 3mm radius corners. NOTE: Our paper is produced to within 1% accuracy of the above sizes and label position. Please note: You should ideally not print using Chrome or Firefox. There is a problem with the current versions of Firefox and Chrome. When you print more than 1 page the second page is printed too high. Until this is resolved you should use a different internet browser, e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer. If you do not want the order number printed onto the label you should adjust the top print margin in your web browser (under the File->Page Setup menu option). You should add 15 to 20 mm to the value already displayed. This will move the address and other text further down the label.

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Coastal Shipping with India: Pangaon receives first cargo vessel

The first container ship, MV Nou Kollan-1, arrived from Kolkata at Pangaon Inland Container Terminal in Keraniganj yesterday. The vessel berthed at the terminal under the Coastal Shipping Agreement between Bangladesh and India. The deal, signed during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh in 2015, allows direct movement of ships at sea between the two countries.

It has helped improving the connectivity between the two neighbours by reducing shipping time from 30-40 days to 4-10 days. Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed, Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan, State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid and Shipping Secretary Ashoke Madhab Roy witnessed the inauguration of unloading 65 containers from the ship. Tofail said buyers from home and abroad would be benefited from the operation of the Pangaon container terminal.

Booths of several banks, including the state-run Sonali Bank, would be opened there for providing banking facilities to businessmen, he added. The shipping minister said the container movement from India to Bangladesh would save time and money. Welcoming the arrival of the container ship operated by Riverline Logistics and Transport Ltd, Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla in a message said: “For the first time a ship carrying cargo has sailed from Kolkata to Pangaon which is just over 20km from Dhaka.”

“Today’s event is significant as so far the movement of ships under the agreement was limited between seaports like Chittagong and Visakhapatnam. The Pangaon ICT can also emerge as an alternative to Ashuganj River Port for transhipment of goods to Northeastern India,” he said.

It can also decongest the roads and land custom stations through which most of the bilateral trade have been taking place now, the envoy added.

The first cargo ship under this framework had sailed from Chittagong to Visakhapatnam in March last year.

Coastal Shipping with India: Pangaon receives first cargo vessel

The first container ship, MV Nou Kollan-1, arrived from Kolkata at Pangaon Inland Container Terminal in Keraniganj yesterday. The vessel berthed at the terminal under the Coastal Shipping Agreement between Bangladesh and India. The deal, signed during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh in 2015, allows direct movement of ships at sea between the two countries.

It has helped improving the connectivity between the two neighbours by reducing shipping time from 30-40 days to 4-10 days. Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed, Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan, State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid and Shipping Secretary Ashoke Madhab Roy witnessed the inauguration of unloading 65 containers from the ship. Tofail said buyers from home and abroad would be benefited from the operation of the Pangaon container terminal.

Booths of several banks, including the state-run Sonali Bank, would be opened there for providing banking facilities to businessmen, he added. The shipping minister said the container movement from India to Bangladesh would save time and money. Welcoming the arrival of the container ship operated by Riverline Logistics and Transport Ltd, Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla in a message said: “For the first time a ship carrying cargo has sailed from Kolkata to Pangaon which is just over 20km from Dhaka.”

“Today’s event is significant as so far the movement of ships under the agreement was limited between seaports like Chittagong and Visakhapatnam. The Pangaon ICT can also emerge as an alternative to Ashuganj River Port for transhipment of goods to Northeastern India,” he said.

It can also decongest the roads and land custom stations through which most of the bilateral trade have been taking place now, the envoy added.

The first cargo ship under this framework had sailed from Chittagong to Visakhapatnam in March last year.

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