Specialist Envelope Printers
We are not your average envelope printing company, for many years Envoprint have specialised in the difficult printed envelopes jobs that no-one else was prepared to tackle.
Many of our clients are trade envelope printers who value our quality and inventive print techniques, but we also have a provision for direct supply.
As well as the specialist work, Envoprint is also a valued printer for more ‘mainstream’ envelope printing, offering an exceptionally high-quality and a rapid turnaround.
Printed envelopes have many different uses, from promotional envelopes for an advertising campaign to receipt envelopes or X-ray envelopes, the list is endless, we can overprint them all!
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How We Print Envelopes
Our predominant printing method is lithographic printing, however, we do also get involved with digital printing onto envelopes, where relevant.
Digital print really comes into its own for things like variable data print, or for smaller quantities e.g. below 1000.
Litho print gives a higher print quality, and is also cheaper at higher volumes. Our state of the art 4 colour litho envelope printing machine complements our traditional 2 colour and 1 colour machines.
Odd sized printed envelopes are a strong point of ours, from just 60x90mm up to 500x368mm. Our litho envelope printers tackle these sizes and everything in between!
We have over 25 years of experience in Envelope Printing, and our continual modernisation includes new envelope printing machines installed regularly for the latest digital print technology used in short print runs. Clients also benefit from our in-house production of cardboard counter display units, printed cubes and FSDU’s.
Bespoke envelopes are also no problem (please note, there is a minimum order value of £800.00). Whilst the cost each gets less with higher quantities, orders for as little as 500 bespoke-made envelopes are not uncommon.
With our variable data digital printing machines, we offer a personalised envelope printing service – you supply a database of individuals’ names and addresses, and we print these directly onto the envelope, saving the need for an address label or window.