Business Cards

Carfax is the home of business cards presented in a custom-branded book, also known as the bookii, keeping cards clean and sharp.

Carfax is the home of the Case Card business card system

Carfax is the home of the Case Card business card system. Carfax has been printing since 1925 and the Case Card has been at the heart of its business for decades. Our many loyal customers are evidence that no other business card product is quite like it.

Customers are often asked where they buy their business cards

Most of our business is through word of mouth. When they present a card, our customers are often asked where they get their business cards printed. The Case Card is a specialist bound book of up to 25 business cards, which keeps the cards clean and sharp-edged. It also gives the advantage that each book can be branded with a company logo or individual identity. Carfax began producing the Case Card in 1935 and has been perfecting the production, making improvements to the finished product and its efficient construction.

Any business card can go into a Case Card

You can still specify exactly how you want your business card to look and any specialist print processes, such as die-stamping, foiling or embossing. Carfax has another edge over many other printers because both digital and traditional processes are done in-house.

Specifications

Size: Choose from 47, 50, 54 and 60mm high, and any width you like.
Material: Anything from 300 to 600gsm works well in the Case Card, and the material can be duplexed too.
Process: Anything you like. Embossing, raised print, matt or gloss lamination, coloured or metallic foil, die cutting. All work well on a Case Card

Help with Business Cards

Wow – they’re great – thank you so much! I wasn’t expecting the nice little touch of the logo and colour scheme on the outside of each pack and they look amazing. Really impressed with the whole experience and the end product. I won’t hesitate in the slightest to re-order with you when needed.

Philip Sheen, Head of Public Sector, Thoughtonomy