Exacompta – Outstanding Desk Accessories

23 January 2018

Since 1928, Exacompta has designed, developed and manufactured stationery products dedicated to companies’ and individuals’ needs.  With its users in mind the brand is constantly evolving and adapting products to the most useful and on trend solutions.

Born in the heart of Paris, where it still has an important manufacturing plant, the company Exacompta has now 12 manufacturing sites across Europe, giving the Exacompta  brand a leading European position in Filing, Agenda,  Legal and professional markets, as well as the office environment.

Cultivating an industrial philosophy for 90 years that ensures a continuous high standard of quality, Exacompta is the only brand to fully control the process of production of the raw material to the finished product.  Being part of the same group as Claire Fontines Paper Mills, this guarantees an unparalleled quality control for its paper and card.


Certified by the most demanding labels in the industry, Exacompta uses materials, manufacturing and logistics processes that actively contribute to improving the protection of the environment

In order to maintain an optimal level of service for its resellers, Exacompta has also a state of the art order and delivery system based on a unique logistics platform, in which over 200 million items pass through each year.

Exacompta is always in sync with the major changes in the market and brings the world of paper closer to that of digital. With Organisational solutions and innovative personalisation solutions, Exacompta allows everyone to optimise their relationship between the virtual and the real.

With strong global brand notoriety, Exacompta has become one the most recognisable brands in the stationery market by its consumers – the result of a very wide product distribution across all distribution channels and an increased desire to get closer to its users through communications campaigns on television and on social media.


Exacompta: the design of the organisation since 1928.