In the industrial context, "stationery" refers to paper-based products used for writing or printing, including paper, envelopes, writing instruments, and office supplies.

Some examples of stationery products in the industrial context include:

  • Printing Paper: including copy paper, cardstock, and specialty paper used for printing brochures, flyers, and other materials
  • Envelopes: including business envelopes, shipping envelopes, and specialty envelopes used for mailing documents and packages
  • Writing Instruments: including pens, pencils, markers, and highlighters used for writing and marking on paper
  • Office Supplies: including paper clips, staplers, tape, and other supplies used in office and administrative work
  • Notebooks and Writing Pads: including lined paper, memo pads, and other paper products used for writing and note-taking.

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