International Paper (IP) has completed the transfer of its North America Consumer Packaging business to Graphic Packaging.
In a transaction valued at $1.8 billion, International Paper (IP) has signed a definitive agreement to contribute its North America Consumer Packaging business to Graphic Packaging. "Investing in Graphic Packaging gives IP the opportunity to benefit from a much stronger value-creation consumer packaging platform, while allowing us to remain focused on growing value in our core businesses," says International Paper Chairman and CEO Mark Sutton.
The International Paper Foundation will contribute $750,000 to the American Red Cross and will contribute $250,000 to Feeding America.
Sturdy. Steady. Strong. That’s the power of International Paper’s workhorse brand. Printers can be confident about hooking Williamsburg up to any job that requires precision and consistency. And now with an increased opacity and bluer-white shade, the value of the Williamsburg brand shows more clearly than ever.
The bankruptcy court presiding over Verso’s Chapter 11 proceeding has authorized Verso to reject a paper supply contract with Expera.
One room remains available for the Printing Industries Alliance drupa Experience! A Private Turn-Key VIP Tour.
PIA will be hosting the “drupa Experience! a Private Turn-Key VIP Tour” in Düsseldorf, Germany, coinciding with drupa 2016.
Highcon has been added to Printing Industries Alliance’s ‘drupa Experience’ roster of VIP visits during the drupa 2016 trade fair.