Paper cuts into polywrap’s dominance


By Jo Francis, 12 August 2019

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Take-up of paper wrapping in favour of polywrapping by publishers is gathering pace with three major media groups opting to make switches, including venerable weekly Country Life moving to paper wrap for its subscriber copies.

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