Consumables-Paper - Offset
Recycling of materials is considered to be an important part of a circular economy, but a new study published in Nature Sustainability questions the potential environmental benefits that come from paper recycling.
A four-year project examining the results of 54 research studies with 170,000 people has concluded that print is vital for effective education. The argument is that reading on paper results in deeper comprehension and retention, concentration, vocabulary building, and memory.
International Paper announced a plan to pursue a spin-off of the Company's Printing Papers segment into SpinCo.
According to the report, total printing-writing paper shipments decreased 24% in October compared to October 2019, and U.S. purchases of uncoated free sheet papers in October decreased 18% compared to last October while the inventory level decreased 2% compared to September 2020.
Day seven of the PRINTING United Digital Experience offers a powerful lineup of new product demonstrations, education, and video demonstrations of the latest technology being shown to the global community.
‘Optimized Paper Handling and Logistics’ is a guide for different users — supervisors, managers, and production staff — to provide them with a tool to better understand the supply chain and how to optimize their part in it.
According to the American Forest & Paper Association, paper shipments last month dropped considerably compared to a year ago. This includes coated and uncoated free sheet and mechanical papers.
Two Sides North America launched Love Paper, a new campaign designed to raise consumer awareness of the unique and inherently sustainable characteristics of print, paper, and paper-based packaging.
Due to COVID-19 business conditions, Domtar will temporarily idle the operations of its Hawesville, Ky., mill and temporarily lay off 400 of the mill's employees. The shutdown will reduce Domtar’s uncoated freesheet paper production capacity by 83,000 short tons.