Tradition

Miquelrius is a family company whose origins go back to 1839 in Barcelona, Spain. Its business is the production and marketing of paper products and school accessories.

Innovation and Design

It started as a workshop for the manufacturing of accounting books. Its innovative spirit later led it to release two pioneering products on the market, which provided new organizational and aesthetic functions. The first was diaries/day planners with modular parts, and spiral bound Notebooks with colored margin pages, micro-perforated and hole punched.

The success of these products led the company to expand its business, becoming the only multi-sector company in its field in Spain able to equip clients worldwide with the most varied needs of school, office and leisure supplies.

Throughout its history, Miquelrius has also developed the ability to create unique stationery and accessories products from the images of major brands and designers.

Quality

The company’s stationery products are manufactured at its plant in Parets del Vallès, where maximum quality is guaranteed by using the best materials and applying a certified quality system based on the ISO 9001 standards.

Internationalization

Following the success of its products in Spain, Miquelrius began to look for opportunities abroad and now distributes to over 60 countries. In 2001, the USA subsidiary of Miquelrius was created to cover the US and Canadian markets. As a result of this international strategy, exports now represent over 30% of the company’s sales.

The company exhibits in over 15 trade fairs abroad. The most important of these are Paperworld in Frankfurt, Intergift in Madrid, and the NY Stationery Show in New York.

Vision

To be leaders in stationery products and school accessories which provide exceptional functionality and design.

Mission

To add value through innovation and design, setting trends and enhancing internationalization.

Values

  • Innovation and maximum quality
  • Creativity
  • Customer focus
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Environmental conservation

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