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This forward-looking webinar will look at how innovations in digital printing and data analytics technologies are enabling book and magazine publishers to create more relevant and engaging print products. Our panel of speakers will explore current trends in the market and envision how on-demand…
The Commission found that the rates for both Market Dominant and Competitive Product classes meet all statutory requirements and may take effect, Jan. 27, 2019, as planned.
As if you needed one more reason to add packaging to your product mix! A new study from WestRock, a leading provider of differentiated paper and packaging solutions, shows that consumers are loving packaging more than ever. The study, “2018 Packaging Matters,” outlines the key factors that…

Higher prices no longer economically viable for its customers, company says

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The American Forest & Paper Association has released its October 2018 U.S. Packaging Papers & Specialty Packaging Monthly report. According to the report, total U.S. Packaging Papers shipments were up 7.2 percent compared to October 2017 and up 3.1 percent year-to-date.
A reduction in packaging materials leads to smaller parcels, which reduces warehouse storage space and the number of truckloads required to ship products.

According to the October 2018 Printing-Writing Monthly report from the American Forest & Paper Association, total printing-writing paper shipments decreased four percent in October compared to October 2017.
Mid-term elections aren’t usually as interesting to the public as a presidential race, but the congressional elections still draw much publicity. Liberal or conservative, socialist or free-market, there are some enduring issues upon which almost all candidates agree. One of these, apparently, is…

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