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US Congressmen lodge bill to abolish paperless policies

Two US Congressmen this week introduced a bipartisan resolution that seeks to reverse a recent federal push toward going paperless for a variety of information and services, ranging from income tax forms to Social Security checks.

Falling run lengths a challenge for paper sector, says Mohawk

The shift to short-run offset and digital jobs is not only changing the landscape for commercial printing, it's also triggering a shift in the paper industry, according to Mohawk Paper chairman/ceo Thomas O'Connor.

Domtar expands Paper Because campaign

Montreal-based paper manufacturer Domtar this week expanded its Paper Because educational campaign with new videos for social media, YouTube and other online channel that tout responsible paper use as an effective business and communication tool.

Smart Papers to wind down business, 200 jobs at risk

In a stunning move, Hamilton, OH-based Smart Papers, the 120-year-old company and only North American producer of cast-coated papers, announced it is winding down its business and will be looking to sell all assets in the coming months.

Masterpiece Graphix eyes international market for super thick substrates

Fenton, Mo-based Masterpiece Graphix (MPX) is planning an international rollout of its new Max Impact Stocks: a line of super thick substrates that allow 24mm, 30mm and 36mm printed products on the HP Indigo and other digital printers.

SMART Papers looks to Latin America for international expansion as it expands digital paper offerings

Though growth in US remains steady, especially in the packaging/labeling segment of commercial printing, Hamilton, Ohio-based SMART Papers suggested Latin America and Asia may be the biggest growth opportunities for the company in the coming years.

Convertible Solutions unveils double weight postcard stock to drive DM for digital printers

Sedalia, Mo-based Convertible Solutions announced a new double-weight postcard stock that could inject new life in the direct mail printing industry by enabling marketers and printers to do short-run 24 point variable data postcard production using HP Indigo, Kodak Nexpress, Xerox iGen or other digital printers.

International Paper reopens Franklin, VA mill for fluff pulp

International Paper said it is re-opening its Franklin, VA mill-only this time it won't be producing paper. Instead the facility is being converted to make fluff pulp, which is used in disposable diapers and other products.

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