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European Federation of Envelope Manufacturers AISBL
   
   

OBJECTIVES

Our objective at FEPE is to support, defend and promote the envelope industry in Europe.

We act as the voice of the industry at EU level, communicating our opinions on topics such as e-invoicing, data protection, postal affairs, and environmental affairs to the relevant EU Institutions in Brussels.

We promote the use of envelopes through campaigns, which address direct mail, transactional mail and new business opportunities like e-commerce.

In doing so, we work closely with partners in the paper, graphic, postal and marketing value chain to ensure that European decision makers and consumers clearly understand the value of the envelope in the quickly growing and rapidly changing world of communications.

 

 
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