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RANDOM HOUSE PAGE MARKERS
Country of origin
Product Bar Code
192 Carton Bar Code
48 Carton Bar Code
75g coloured paper. 300 sheets per pad.
Materials and environmental
All paper and card materials used in our products are partially or fully recycled. Paper is fully recyclable.
Plastic Cellophane packaging
Thin protective transparent plastic film.
Cardboard cartons produced from partially or fully recycled paper. We aim to pack our goods efficiently to reduce waste. Our cartons are fully recyclable.
Size and weight
Dimensions of item in packaging
Quantity per merchandiser
Carton Quantity 192
Carton Quantity 48
Quantity per 20' shipping container
Product conformity is of paramount importance. Safety and responsibility for environment begins at the design stage of each product, the specification of materials and components, right through to the production method. We strive to supply you with a safe product and one that conforms to all regulations.
Sedex Registered Supplier Produced by a factory that is a registered member of Sedex, empowering responsible supply chains.
This is not a Toy This product has not been classified as a toy, and therefore is not intended for children.
Recyclable Paper Product This product is made from paper, and is fully recyclable.
Recyclable Packaging Made from materials that can easily be recycled if disposed of correctly.
Yuri Naruse and Jun Inokuma both studied architecture at The University of Tokyo. They established Naruse Inokuma Architects (Narukuma) in 2007. Their most well-known work, Share House LT Josai, was exhibited in the Japan Pavilion at the 2016 Vienna Biennale and was awarded a special prize, garnering high recognition both within and outside of Japan. They not only design architecture like Art Centers and public spaces like subway stations, but also stationery and furniture. Narukuma is an architecture firm engaged in a variety of fields, from places that support everyday life to the art scene.