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Boise Paper announced an inkjet treated sheet that is a reliable and cost-effective solution.
Choosing a manufacturing partner that excels at all three pillars of sustainability – environmental, economic and social – strengthens your own sustainability platform. This new report from Boise Paper highlights the top criteria to look for when evaluating the sustainability of a supplier – ensuring your purchasing decisions align with your company values.
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Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ November 2013 edition, including Arandell, The MATLET Group, Edwards Brothers Malloy, Eastman Kodak,
INTERNATIONAL FALLS, MN—Boise Inc. scheduled nearly 300 layoffs this week at its paper mill here, a result of declining product consumption and the need to reduce costs brought about by the closing of three paper machines.
Boise Paper Mill in International Falls, MN, said decline in product consumption and a need to reduce costs prompted the closing of three of their machines...and the laying off of close to 300 people.
"They were primarily smaller, vintage machines that produced specialty products and they added complexity to our mill," said Lori Lyman, public affairs manager at the mill. "And the fact that we had to purchase pulp from the outside, that made them higher cost machines, which was not sustainable in the long term."
Machines will begin closing Saturday. Layoffs will be concluded by October 1st.
LAKE FOREST, IL and BOISE, ID—Packaging Corp. of America (PCA) and Boise have entered into a definitive agreement under which PCA will acquire all of the outstanding common shares of Boise for $12.55 per share in cash, for an aggregate transaction value of $1.995 billion, inclusive of $714 million of outstanding indebtedness of Boise. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2013 with committed debt financing, but is subject to certain customary conditions and regulatory approvals.