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NGOs urge Asia Pulp and Paper boycott

An open letter signed by 60 non-government organisations (NGOs) has been sent to investors in Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) urging them not to back the controversial Indonesian company.

Favini wins Green award for Crush at Luxepack launch

Favini's latest innovation in packaging paper, Crush, has won the Green award at its launch at Luxepack 2012.

James Cropper's 7m steam raising plan up for grant

Paper manufacturer James Cropper is in line to receive a 3.2m grant from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) for its proposed steam raising plant.

Arjowiggins to close Danish mill due to declining paper demand

Arjowiggins Graphic is to shut down its Dalum mill in Odense, Denmark, by the end of 2012.

Two Sides reveals speakers for autumn seminar

Two Sides has invited WWF pulp and paper strategy manager Emmanuelle Neyroumande to clear up the myths about paper sustainability at its seminar Promoting the Sustainability and Effectiveness of Print Media in a Multi-Media World.

Antalis launches CarbonNeutral certified papers

Antalis McNaughton has launched a new service that will enable customers to use a CarbonNeutral certified paper logo on their printed communications.

Arjowiggins balances UK waste and paper production

Arjowiggins Graphics has committed to sourcing the equivalent amount of UK waste paper that it takes to produce recycled paper for the UK market.

Two Sides gets £2m of ad space for campaign

Two Sides has launched the UK leg of its pan-European campaign "No Wonder You Love Paper", which has the backing of a host of UK newspaper and magazine publishers.

Arjowiggins signs exclusive deal with Antalis and EBB

Arjowiggins Graphic has announced that its bright white recycled papers are to become exclusive to suppliers Antalis McNaughton and Elliot Baxter from July.

Toshiba forced to abandon 'National No Print Day'

After a fast and furious response by the US printing industry, Toshiba has decided not to go ahead with its marketing campaign centered on 'National No Print Day' this Autumn.

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