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This is proving quite popular at the moment. Everyone seems to want to see an environmental policy.
Different markets and groups will require different card versions of varying quantity, with their locally translated text. The pagination will largely be the same apart from mechanical differences with the artwork set ups.
Also we need to tackle the legal sensibilities of each market.
This will be co-coordinated centrally by the UK office. The local versions will be PDF proofed.
The prices will vary up and down according to the quantity per market and the number of different versions needed, treating this project as one large job with an extra cost for shipping per market. Fully leveraging the economies of scale.