Not all window envelopes are the same.

The USPS has assessed a company $89,000 in additional postage for the failure of the windows on their envelopes. The 1.7 million piece job was entered into the postal stream and during processing windows began to fail for various reasons. Upon further investigation it was discovered the windows were made with inferior polypropylene rather than polystyrene. The polypropylene material is thinner, less durable, and can be prone the hazing in the window rendering the barcode difficult to scan. Make sure you ask your envelope vendors about window material.

See below images of window envelopes made with polypropylene.

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Please view the article at https://greatertriadpcc.com/news/latest-news/246-not-all-window-envelopes-are-the-same.

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Continental Envelope named finalist for Valley Industrial Association SPARK Awards.

January 31, 2020.  Continental Envelope has been named a finalist for the Valley Industrial Association’s annual Spark awards.  We are thrilled to be included in such a terrific and diverse group of companies.  Please visit the VIA Facebook and LinkedIn pages as they highlight each company that is a finalist over the next two weeks.

 

 

 

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Continental Envelope hosts tour from the Valley Industrial Association.

Continental Envelope hosted the Valley Industrial Association for a Factory Tour on Friday January 17, 2020.  Local manufactures and service providers got to see how envelopes are made.

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