North American Publishing Company (NAPCO) Joins Two Sides
CHICAGO—August 7, 2013—Two Sides today announced that North American Publishing Company (NAPCO) has joined the organization to help promote the responsible production, use and sustainability of print and paper.
“With its widely read publications, trade shows and other services, NAPCO has significant influence with those who use and appreciate print on paper,” said Two Sides President Phil Riebel. “We are thrilled to have them as a member and look forward to working together as we spread the word about the sustainability of this dynamic medium.”
“Paper is an integral part of NAPCO’s business, so it’s important to us that people know and understand the facts about its inherent sustainability and are not misled by unsubstantiated claims like ‘eliminating paper saves trees,’” said NAPCO President and CEO Ned Borowsky. “We’re excited about the opportunities our membership in Two Sides presents to tell paper’s great environmental story.”
About North American Publishing Company (NAPCO)
Established in 1958, North American Publishing Company (NAPCO) successfully operates magazines, trade shows and online services for the various markets it serves. The company currently operates 16 magazines, 22 e-mail newsletters, two subscription services and two trade shows, and employs over 150 people. Corporate Headquarters are located in Philadelphia, with sales personnel located in New York, Chicago and throughout the country. NAPCO's first publication, Printing Impressions, remains the most influential journal for printing and graphic arts worldwide.
About Two Sides
Two Sides is an independent, non-profit organization created to promote the responsible production, use and sustainability of print and paper. Started in Europe in 2008, Two Sides is now active worldwide. The organization has more than 1,000 members that span the entire print and paper supply chain, including pulp and paper producers, paper distributors, ink and chemical manufacturers, printers, envelope manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, publishers and postal operators.
Source: Two Sides.