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Lessebo launches premium recycled stock

Lessebo Paper has launched its first recycled paper to answer customer demand.

Swanline pledges plastic-free paper and board business by 2020

Swanline Paper & Board has committed itself to becoming an entirely plastic-free business by the start of 2020, while saving money for its clients.

Renz UK introduces paper-based binding covers

Renz UK has added paper-based thermal binding covers from Bindomatic to its portfolio to help eco-sensitive customers move away from plastic covers.

Oppboga Bruk eyes UK growth as new hires free up MD

Swedish-headquartered paper mill Oppboga Bruk has recruited two new additions to its sales management team to enable its managing director to increase his focus on the growing UK market.

James Cropper's Colourform facility gets royal visit

Prince Charles visited James Cropper’s Colourform unit for the production of plastic-free packaging last week, as the project moves ahead in collaborating with businesses.

Premier Paper to stay green in plans for 2018

Premier Paper Group is wrapping up the year by looking to the future, both with its business and in mitigating the environmental impact of paper production for the next generation.

Capoverde looks to UK to grow eco substrate sales

French textile manufacturer Capoverde is hoping to secure a distributor to bring its portfolio of wide-format polyester substrates, made from selectively filtered 100%-recycled plastic bottles, to the UK market.

Swanline and Oppboga Bruk launch new water-resistant outdoor substrate

Swanline Paper and Board (SPB) has collaborated with Swedish paper mill Oppboga Bruk to launch a water-resistant outdoor display board that does not use a polyethylene (PE) coating to achieve its impermeable properties.

PEFC clears up accreditation confusion with new publication

A new publication aims to clear up confusion around the differences and similarities between two of the world's most well-known sustainable forest-management accreditations.

James Cropper to recycle up to 100m McDonald's cups

James Cropper could soon be transforming up to 100 million used McDonald's coffee cups a year into paper after the two companies signed a landmark deal.

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