Booklet prices are calculated on a sliding scale which means the more you print the less expensive the price per unit will be. On lower quantities we use our more economical digital printing process.
For larger amounts of units, we use Litho printing. What characterises the lithographic printing process is that the setup charges that involves the screen preparation and the manufacturing of a positive is relatively expensive, but the printing costs are lower than any other process.
Keep in mind that, as a rule, we do not quote on the design and layout of your booklets. The quotation will depend on how many pictures, additional content and in which format your information it is provided to us. To reduce costs, you can provide all photos in high-resolution .jpeg images to us with your text and other graphics in an editable format.
As in the case with many of our products, we have a minimum order limit of R 2000.00 (Excl. VAT) on our Booklet Printing services. If you require smaller quantities for your booklets, you are welcome to contact us, and we will happily refer you to appropriate service providers.
Your turnaround time depends greatly on the size of your order and can take between 7 – 10 working days to complete. We require the proof of payment for your deposit along with approved artwork before we commence with your order.
We use any of the following binding methods, depending on your requirements:
- Saddle Stitching (stapled together)
- Ring Binding (plastic or steel ring binders)
- Perfect Binding (pages are glued together)
QUOTATIONS ON BOOKLET PRINTING
We require the following information to furnish you with a quotation:
- The quantity of booklets required
- The number of pages per booklet
- The paper weight you require