Trowers advises Blake Envelopes on the purchase of entire issued share capital of All Colour Envelopes


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Top 40 law firm Trowers & Hamlins has advised Blake Envelopes on the purchase of the entire issued share capital of All Colour Envelopes Limited, a company that supplies and prints high-quality envelopes and offers over 45 ranges including coloured envelopes, padded bubble bags and business envelopes. 

Blake Envelopes, based in Yeovil, Somerset, are market leaders in the world of envelopes and postal packaging, distributing to over 45 countries worldwide and sell over two billion products a year. 

All Colour Envelopes Limited will continue to operate as a separate business but will sit within the Blake Group.

The deal completed with accountancy advice from Old Mill Accountancy LLP. 

Corporate Partner, Stuart Mathews, led the Trowers team, comprising lawyers from multiple specialisms including Employment, Real Estate and Commercial Departments. Stuart commented:

"Having worked closely with Blake Envelopes for many years, it was a pleasure to be involved in completing the purchase of All Colour Envelopes Limited.  We are delighted to see Blake Envelopes embark on a new chapter with All Colour Envelopes as part of their group."

Graham Carlin, managing director of Blake Envelopes, said: 

“We are extremely proud to be the new owners and see this as a key moment for Blake in enabling us to accelerate our multi-brand platform strategy as well as providing you with the best envelope and packaging product solutions.

“For our customers, nothing will change. Whether you are looking to buy as a trade customer or a one-off purchase, our industry expertise and extensive range of products will give you confidence to buy from us.”

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