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Envelopes

If you don't have business stationery, you don't have a brand.

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The essential element of business communication

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Envelope printing

Envelopes have always fulfilled the function of protecting privacy in personal and business communications. Envelopes confer greater formality and by acting as wrappers encourage interest in the message they contain. We can give many examples in which envelope printing is essential in order to enhance communications. This is the case, for example, of invitation envelopes, or that of envelopes used as a carrier for direct marketing advertising campaigns.


A variety of envelope sizes


The range of envelopes available on the market is remarkable. There are many formats and types of paper, some of them considered as "creative". However, for the sake of simplicity, we are not going to make an exhaustive study of all of them, but rather we'll focus on the most common ones.

In our online print shop you'll find a wide range of envelope sizes:

  • 11 x 22 cm Envelopes. You can choose between these options: 1/0 (black), 2/0 (spot colours) and 4/0 (four-colour process). Two types of envelopes are available: a) windowless and with peel and seal strip; b) right window and peel and seal strip.
  • 11.5 x 22.5 cm Envelopes. Same printing options are available and in both modalities (windowless and right-window), just like its 11 x 22 cm "sibling".
  • Open end envelopes. We offer them in a 16.2 x 22.9 cm size. You can choose between two types of open end envelopes: a) windowless and with peel and seal strip; b) windowless, with peel and seal strip and with pull-out for postal inspection.
  • Catalogue envelopes. Available in a 22.9 x 32.4 cm size. You can also choose between two types of catalogue envelopes: a) windowless and with peel and seal strip; b) windowless, with peel and seal strip and with pull-out for postal inspection.

In both open end and catalogue envelopes, you can choose between these options: 1/0 (black), 2/0 (spot colours) and 4/0 (four-colour process).


Catalogue envelopes: the best container for your catalogues


As you can see, in the online store we offer you open end and catalogue envelopes. Their usefulness is remarkable when it comes to shipping magazines or catalogues.

Our open-end envelopes (16.2 x 22.9 cm) are designed to contain DIN A5 publications. Our catalogue envelopes (22.9 x 32.4 cm) are designed to hold DIN A4 publications.

Let's suppose you are the editor of a monthly magazine specialising in issues related to the world of co-operatives. This publication, DIN A4 size, is not distributed in mailboxes nor newsstands. You have a database of co-operatives in your community, as well as individuals related to the world of co-operativism, and therefore this is your target audience. In order to get your magazine to this public, you order from your trusted online printer the printing of catalogue envelopes for an entire year (i.e. 11 issues, since in August you don't edit it). The great advantage of sending your publication in a paper catalogue envelope is that you can also include other items, such as a cover letter, a promotional flyer, and so on.


Some interesting questions when it comes to printing Envelopes


These are some frequently asked questions...

What does "peel and seal strip" mean when we talk about envelopes?

It's a self-closing system. It consists of a silicone strip found on the flap; once the document has been inserted into the envelope, the strip is detached and the flap is automatically glued. This system is very practical and is becoming more and more widespread. Other closing systems require wetting the flap with your tongue or with a wet pad. However, envelopes with a wettable band are also used in automatic enveloping machines, which can be found in the workshops of companies that handle and distribute graphic material.

Do you know the difference between regular envelopes and open-end envelopes?

It's simple: while regular envelopes open on the long side, open-end envelopes open on the short side. In this section you can find the type of envelope that best suits your needs.

When we talk about open-end or catalogue envelopes, what does "postal inspection" mean?

As you may have noticed, for both open end and catalogue envelopes we offer the "windowless, with peel and seal strip and with pull-out for postal inspection" mode. On envelopes prepared for postal inspection, the manufacturer includes the text "for postal inspection, open here" on one of the flaps. In Spain direct mail postage envelopes must include this text, which authorizes the Postal Services to verify that the content is printed advertising.

A brief History of envelopes

Envelopes are a 17th century product, and several envelopes dating from 1615 have been preserved in the Swiss city of Geneva. However, it was not until the nineteenth century when its use became widespread. In 1820, envelopes were put on sale for the first time in the British city of Brighton. The first machine for making envelopes was built in London in 1844; around that time postage stamps also appeared, which generalized the use of standard produced envelopes.

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