The U.S. paper industry and the USW have called for an extension of duties on imports of coated paper from China and Indonesia.
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The 2015 Positively Print award was awarded at GRAPH EXPO 15 to Sappi North America for its multi-media campaign promoting print.
Sappi revealed the North American Printer of the Year and 10 Gold Award winners for its North American Printer of the Year contest.
Sappi’s Ideas that Matter grant program funds designers who address significant issues facing our society.
Sappi North America’s 2014 Sustainability Report details the company’s environmentally responsible achievements.
The binding community will come together with printers to exchange ideas and shape the future of the graphic arts industry at the 2015 BIA Conference and 2015 Print Leadership Summit, both co-located in Minneapolis this year. All BIA Conference attendees will have the opportunity to attend the co-located conference's main stage keynote sessions and certain breakout track sessions. Registration will open mid-February.
The AMSP/NAPL/NAQP has chosen Charlene Sims, president of The Master’s Press in Dallas, as its Printer of the Year. Sims will be honored in ceremonies on Sept. 27 during the 2014 Owners Conference, Sept. 25-27, at The Palmer House Hilton in Chicago.
BOSTON—Sappi Fine Paper North America announced the Printer of the Year and 11 Gold Award winners of its 17th North American Printer of the Year. This award recognizes innovation and excellence in print, with nominated materials produced on Sappi papers across eleven categories of work. These winners were chosen as the most outstanding print submissions from approximately 1,700 entries this year.
Sappi Fine Paper North America has announced the Printer of the Year and 11 Gold Award winners of its 17th North American Printer of the Year contest. The winners were chosen as the most outstanding print submissions from approximately 1,700 entries this year.
Why are paper companies suddenly announcing price increases for coated paper, and why is the biggest printer in the United States worried about possible paper shortages?
SAPPI surprised nearly everyone late last week by announcing a $40/ton price increase on coated freesheet (CFS) in the United States. Then Verso delivered an even bigger shock this week with $40 hike not only on CFS but also on coated groundwood (CGW), which is in even greater oversupply than CFS.
Let’s look at the rather cryptic statement from a recent R.R. Donnelley filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.