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The Envelope Institute of America (EIA) was founded in 1943 by nine independently owned envelope manufacturers. Today, the association has 12 members totaling 17 plant locations geographically dispersed across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The companies work together sharing best practices and bench-marking. They also work together in the event of sudden restricted capacity of any member. The EIA has developed a Disaster Recovery Statement regarding this contingency. The geographic footprint of EIA members also presents opportunities to serve national accounts with local or regional plants. Freight cost, timing, and storage considerations can be improved when choosing an EIA member company as your supplier.

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    Employees Right To Unionize

    March 7, 2013

    The latest ruling on a proposal to force companies to post a new NLRB poster that would highlight specific areas, mainly voting rules, to encourage workers to unionize was struck down yesterday. The judge ruled against the NRLB, saying “they did not have a quorum when it was approved”. Leaders at NAM are concerned that […]

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    DMA 2013

    March 7, 2013

    As all marketing becomes data-driven, marketers will need to up their game to not only anticipate their customers’ needs, but also deliver relevant, measurable, on-demand messaging—all the time—in an omnichannel marketing environment. Next year, DMA2013 will focus on meeting the tough demands of big data, global consumers, and shrinking attention spans so your integrated marketing […]

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    Survey shows 80 percent of Americans support new USPS schedule

    March 7, 2013

    “These survey results illustrate the strong public support for our new delivery schedule in communities across the country,” said Postmaster General and CEO Patrick R. Donahoe. “The American public understands the financial challenges of the Postal Service and supports this new delivery schedule as a prudent, responsible and reasonable approach to address our urgent financial […]

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    National Envelope is NOT NEC.

    March 7, 2013

    November 2, 2011 Dear Valued Customer, You may have seen recent information about National Envelope Corporation (NEC) converting to Chapter 7. It is important for you to know these proceedings are unrelated to us. National Envelope (that’s our organization) is operating the business acquired by the Gores Group. The Gores Group acquired National Envelope (NE […]