Pendaflex is a brand that offers filing and organization solutions for various industries and purposes.
Pendaflex was founded in 1893.
The brand introduced the first hanging folder in 1929.
In 1938, Pendaflex became a subsidiary of the American Filtrona Corporation, which was later renamed Esselte.
In 2012, Pendaflex became a part of TOPS Products, a manufacturer of office supplies.
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Pendaflex offers hanging folders in various colors, materials, and sizes to fit different filing cabinets and systems.
Pendaflex offers file jackets, which are expandable pockets that can hold loose papers, forms, and small items.
Pendaflex offers file pockets, which are expandable folders that can hold large documents, catalogs, and magazines.
Pendaflex offers classification folders, which have multiple sections and dividers to organize and separate different types of files.
Pendaflex offers labels and inserts that can be used to identify and categorize files, folders, and drawers.
Pendaflex offers hanging folders in letter and legal sizes, in materials such as paper, poly, and pressboard. They also offer folders with different tab styles, colors, and expansions.
Yes, Pendaflex offers file dividers that can be used to separate and categorize files within a folder or a binder. They offer dividers in various tab cuts, styles, and materials.
Pendaflex hanging folders are designed to fit most standard filing cabinets, but it's recommended to check the measurements and specifications before purchasing.
Yes, Pendaflex labels are compatible with both inkjet and laser printers. They offer templates and software that can be downloaded from their website to customize and print labels.
Pendaflex products are available at most office supply stores, as well as online retailers such as Amazon and Staples. They also have a store locator on their website to find nearby retailers.