The latest offering from thINK and Canon Solutions America is "The Inkjet Edge: How to Transition Your Business to Inkjet," a new book that will be a valuable tool for print service providers of all types. The book follows in the footsteps of "The Designer’s Guide to Inkjet," which was published last year. "The Inkjet Edge" takes a more business-oriented approach in an effort to help print service providers that are considering, or are in the midst of, an inkjet transition.
Packaging Corp. of America’s Chairman and CEO Mark Kowlzan was named chairman of the board for the American Forest & Paper Assoc.
The U.S. International Trade Commission will impose duties on countries that illegally dump large amounts of uncoated paper.
Pixelle, a line of premium HSIJ papers from Glatfelter, has been refreshed with a new logo, Website and streamlined names.
More than 100 printers met in April at the Inkjet Summit 2015 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
The educational program included expert presentations, inkjet user panels, peer-to-peer networking and 1:1 meetings with sponsors.
As an inkjet paper manufacturer for 15 years, Glatfelter offers more than 20 grades to provide custom solutions, technical expertise.
Antidumping petitions have been filed against imports of certain paper from China, Indonesia, Brazil, Portugal and Australia.
Four paper companies that received well over $1 million in dubious black-liquor subsidies from the U.S. and Canadian governments are suing to stop "unfair" competition from foreign competitors.
Domtar, Packaging Corp. of America, Finch Paper, and P.H. Glatfelter joined with the United Steelworkers union Wednesday to announce they had filed "antidumping petitions against unfairly priced imports" of uncoated freesheet paper from China, Indonesia, Brazil, Portugal, and Australia.
Part of their justification for seeking levies on certain paper imports is that China and Indonesia unfairly subsidized their paper companies’ exports.
Four U.S. paper manufacturers, Domtar Corp., Packaging Corp. of America, Finch Paper, and P.H. Glatfelter Co., and the United Steelworkers, have filed antidumping petitions against unfairly priced imports of certain types of uncoated paper in sheets from China, Indonesia, Brazil, Portugal and Australia, and countervailing duty petitions against subsidized imports from China and Indonesia with the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission.