Consumables-Paper - Offset
Though improvements to the current paper supply and delivery challenges are likely in 2022, that isn’t the same as a return to pre-COVID-19 business practices. It may be nearly impossible for printers looking to enter new markets to obtain paper inventory.
Though students have grown up in a digital world, more than 60% prefer printed texts to digital texts according to a new survey.
Hunter Bliss runs a small, innovative printing business based in Shenzhen, China, called Pebble Printing Group. It specializes in radical sustainability, with an emphasis on stone paper.
For a decade, mills have been shutting their doors to try to control the supply-demand equation. Today, however, mill operating rates are well above 95%, they have put customers on allocation to prevent hoarding, and they have little to no flexibility in scheduling. What can you do?
Paper Excellence intends to continue the paper and pulp manufacturing operations of Domtar as a standalone business entity. As such, Domtar will continue to be led by its management team and Paper Excellence plans to retain Domtar's Fort Mill, S.C.-based corporate office and paper and pulp mill locations.
Correct color reproduction for multiple types of printing involves multistep processes, with each step offering numerous variants — one of which is paper/substrate and its inherent considerations. As a result, knowledge, measurement, and consistency are paramount.
According to the report, total printing-writing paper shipments decreased in March 2021 compared to March 2020, while U.S. purchases of total printing-writing papers decreased 18% for the same time period. There were other decreases as well.
According to the report, U.S. purchases of total printing-writing papers decreased 22% in January compared to the same month last year.
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.