Paper and packaging manufacturers have launched a multimillion dollar ad campaign to remind us that paper is still relevant.
Domtar reported net earnings of $38M for the second quarter of 2015 compared to net earnings of $36M for the first quarter of 2015.
The in-house design team at Baylor University scored big time on this project—an invitation to the dedication ceremony for their new McLane Stadium. With multiple stakeholders to consider and so many components to orchestrate, the package is one for the record books.
The newest member of the Agfa Graphics GreenWorks program, Commerce Printing Services uses Azura TS plates.
Growing up, my crazy uncle used to say “You can call me whatever name you like, just don’t call me late to dinner.” A clear name is important and I think of my uncle whenever someone asks me "Why does a paper change its name when used in different markets?"
A Colorado jury ruled in favor of Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI), a manufacturer of thermochromic inks that can turn cans blue when a beverage is cold. The jury found that SilverFox Innovations and its "partners" misappropriated CTI’s trade secrets and that their actions were attended by circumstances of fraud, malice or willful and wanton disregard of CTI’s rights.
The Streamline ESL HPQ low odor inks from Sun Chemical have been developed for the Roland Soljet Pro 2, Pro 3 and VersaCAMM printers.
Domtar Corp. has released a video that shows a massive 8-foot sheet of paper interacting with fans at Comic-Con in San Diego. The video marks the latest effort in Domtar's award-winning PAPERbecause campaign. "This is a fun way to remind people that this popular event hinges on great work that began with paper as an integral part of the creative process," said Paige Goff, Domtar's vice president of sustainability and business communications.
Members of the press, politicians and the business community toured Mohawk’s new envelope converting center during an open house.