History

1988 Mr. Alex Villani founded Enveloppe Concept Inc.
1997 ISO certification is awarded (today 9001: 2008)
2001 Enveloppe Concept demonstrated innovation in the North American industry by importing a new manufacturing process from Europe that use 4 colors on 4 colors printed paper rolls ( “roll to roll”) to carry out cutting and folding in a single operation. This manufacturing upgrade eliminated an additional cutting operation and considerably reduced manufacturing costs for the company’s customers.
2005

Enveloppe Concept grew tenfold and moved into a building it owns in LaSalle (suburban Montreal).

FSC-COC forest certification is awarded.

2008

Enveloppe Concept acquired a new piece of high-tech production equipment capable of manufacturing 60,000 envelopes per hour.

Enveloppe Concept acquired a unique and customized high-tech computer module used to detect non-compliant products being manufactured on the high-speed equipment.

2010 Enveloppe Concept welcomed a new generation of leadership: joining the team was Zara-Emmanuelle Villani, who will oversee the ongoing viability of the company’s operations and the sustainability of its core values.
2012

Enveloppe Concept acquired a new piece of high-tech production equipment capable of manufacturing 60,000 envelopes per hour.

2013 An innovative real-time management tool is launched via the Enveloppe Concept website.