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JAM Paper Heavy Duty 2-Pocket Folder, Teal Blue, 6/Pack (383hted)

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Item #: 901-2103099JAM
  Model #: 383hted
Brand: Jam Paper
JAM Paper Heavy Duty 2-Pocket Folder, Teal Blue, 6/Pack (383hted)
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JAM Paper® Plastic Heavy Duty Folders provide your documents with organization and protection! Looking to bring some color to your office? Could you use some extra recourses to keep documents organized and safe as well? JAM Paper® Teal Blue Heavy Duty Plastic Two Pocket Presentation Folders measure 9 x 12 inches in size and contain two pockets on the inside. Each right-side pocket features a convenient business card slot for displaying your business and professional information with ease. These folders are made out of notably durable, heavy duty plastic and will guard your important documents against dust, dirt, and damage. The inviting teal color of these folders is sure to add a bright and welcome accent to your work space. This pack includes 6 folders!
  • Teal plastic folders
  • Heavy duty plastic is highly durable with a smooth finish
  • Size: 9-1/2" x 11-5/8"
  • Very durable and heavy duty
  • Quantity: 6 folders per pack
  • Heavy duty plastic is highly durable with a smooth finish.
  • Size: 9 1/2 x 11 5/8 inches
Specifications
Paper Size : Letter # of Pockets : 2 Pockets Color Family : Blue Series or Collection : Heavy Duty
True Color : Teal Blue Weight (lbs.) : 0.1 Length in Inches : 12+ Pocket Folder Pack Size : 6
Pocket Folder Type : Heavy Duty Pocket Folder Material : Plastic Thickness in Inches : 0.1 Brand : Jam Paper
Customizable : No
Weight : 1.20 lbs. per Pack

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