mail-order

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Related to mail-orders: Mail order catalogues

mail order

n.
An order for goods to be shipped through the mail.

mail′-or′der adj.
Translations

mail-order

[ˈmeɪlˌɔːdəʳ] CPD mail-order catalogue, mail-order catalog (US) Ncatálogo m de venta por correo
mail-order firm, mail-order house Nempresa f de venta por correo
see also mail

mail-order

[ˈmeɪlˌɔːdəʳ] adj mail-order firm or houseditta di vendita per corrispondenza
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Once chosen, the artists then send their products to RurAL Cap's Anchorage office, where mail-orders are processed.
The store also mail-orders Ray Troll's popular line of T-shirts and cards to customers around the world.
Reversing the old trend of ordering from Outside, more Alaska entrepreneurs are creating their own mail-order products to ship worldwide.
Starting in the 1970s, Alaskans began thumbing through the pages of specialty catalogs like Sharper Image to find unique mail-order products.
Best of all, since many Alaskan mail-order enterprises are fueled by the growing number of visitors to the Last Frontier, you can expect to see more northern mail-order items available in the years ahead.
Listed below you will find a sampling of Alaska's new mail-order magicians.
While Alaska doesn't have orange groves or apple orchards, it does yield a bounty of foods that are turned into tasty mail-order treats.
For the last four years, the firm has offered its mellow brown birch product through mail-order -- along with three other kinds of syrups -- rosehip, fireweed and blueberry.
In addition to its mail-order sales, the company provides its products wholesale to stores around Alaska.
Despite its northern proximity, Fairbanks produces an abundance of other mail-order items.
In addition to selling their wares at Christmas bazaars and local bed-and-breakfasts, the Bostroms plan to sell mail-order gift packs filled with their products.
For her mail-order business, she offers a brochure and delivery through priority mail.