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Design services

The Corporate Carrier Company offers full design and artwork services, which are included in our prices.

Your logo or design

We require that you supply your logo or design as a high-resolution file, preferably in EPS format. Designs can also be supplied in Illustrator 9 or Quark 6 formats, or as a high-resolution PDF file. We can accept files up to 30MB in size via e-mail to or you can post a CD to our address. Paper, polythene and cotton bags can be printed in either spot colours (Pantones) or 4-colour process (CMYK) to reproduce any colour. Non-woven bags can only be printed in spot colours. Digitally printed rope handle paper bags can only be printed in 4-colour process (CMYK). For litho-printed paper bags, gold and silver can either be reproduced using Pantone colours or, for greater impact, by the process of foil-blocking – please ask for details.


From your logo or design supplied electronically, we will form your bag design and supply you with a PDF proof by e-mail (or a paper print-out by post, if required) for your approval before printing. For an additional charge, we can supply a QuickTime movie simulation of your bag design.

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Tesco and Unilever help protect the rainforest

Global brands, Tesco and Unilever, have both launched campaigns aimed at protecting the world’s rainforests and improving the sustainability of supply chains.
Tesco has announced a partnership with the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) entitled ‘Together for Trees’, which is designed to raise more than 1 million for rainforest projects worldwide. Money raised [...]

EU-wide plastic bag ban divides opinion

Experts are warning that proposals for an EU-wide ban on plastic carrier bags should be based on evidence and not simply political pressure. A ban may form part of proposals to be unveiled next month by the European Commission in its green paper on plastic waste. Many in the plastics industry fear that the document [...]