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FEPE activities

In these challenging times for the envelope industry FEPE remains active under 3 broad themes:

  • pushing for a beneficial legislative busines environment
  • providing extensive market information
  • promoting the advantages of envelope usage

In order to do this we maintain and build on a strong membership and close partnerships with related industries. In this respect our work focuses a lot on engaging with stakeholders to drive powerful campaigns.  Below you will find the main areas of activity which keeps FEPE busy throughout the year!

Keep Me Posted EU
A campaign to promote the citizen’s right to choose how they receive important information

Direct Mail
Printed direct mail is a highly effective and visible marketing tool.

E-commerce
As growth in e-commerce increases, FEPE sees this as an opportunity for the envelope industry.

Promoting Paper and Mail
FEPE participates in events across Europe to promote paper based communication

Studies and reports
FEPE commissions studies into envelope industry related topics on a regular basis.

Recycling
FEPE and its members are continuously involved in improving the recyclability of paper.

Sustainability
FEPE promotes the sustainability of print and paper.

EU Ecolabel for Envelopes
An EU Ecolabel with specific criteria for “converted paper products”, including envelopes

Data Protection
FEPE advocates for a balanced approach between protecting personal data and allowing consumers to benefit from direct mail.


 
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FEPE News
  • FEPE Marketing Committee on 3rd February 2021
  • US Market update
  • The new issue of The Page is published
  • The Navigator Company increases paper prices 1st February 2021
  • Sappi Europe to hike prices for fine paper
  • Pandemic’s effects accelerate downward trend on the German fine paper market in 2020
  • Pulp producers announce higher prices for both benchmark grades as from 1 January
  • PulPaper to be rescheduled to 2022
  • Germany will retain status as the world’s largest paper consumer in years to come
  • SCA plans to hike kraftliner prices in Europe
  • Metsä Board completes sale of stake in Husum
  • Stora Enso secures Euro 150 million EIB loan for mill conversion
  • EPPA: New study on paper-based service packaging - Disposable is better than reusable
  • Is Fiber-Based Food Packaging a New Golden Opportunity for Specialty Papers?
  • Novamont acquires BioBag to boost European presence
  • Pro-Gest readies start-up of new corrugator at Grezzago facility
  • International Paper to sell Turkish corrugated packaging operations to Mondi
  • De Jong builds new production and storage hall in De Lier
  • Bobst opens demo center for digital inkjet printing
  • COVID-19: Four Insights into How it is Disrupting the Printing Industry
  • Brexit: Senders are struggling to come to terms with tariff codes and a host of other new requirements
  • Logistics giant Schenker pulls the Brexit emergency brake
  • DPDHL: In financial terms, the past financial year was a complete success
  • EU Ecolabel for printed paper, stationery paper and paper carrier bag products
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