Finch Paper

GREEN scene
April 1, 2009

Printing Impressions' Sustainability in Commercial Printing News for April 2009

Finch Paper Unveils Greener Finch Casa Opaque Digital Stock
March 31, 2009

Filling the need for paper that shows fiscal and environmental responsibility, Finch Paper (NY) introduces new Finch Casa Opaque Digital here at the On Demand Conference and Exposition (booth # 2620). Finch Casa Opaque Digital printed samples are at the booth, and the paper will be available to order through the company's distribution network in mid-April, 2009.

March 1, 2009

Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing News for April 2009

Raccuia Named President, CEO of Finch Paper
February 6, 2009

GLENS FALLS, NY—Finch Paper has appointed former SCA Tissue-North America executive Joseph Raccuia as president and CEO of the uncoated printing paper manufacturer. The 50-year-old Raccuia succeeds Richard Carota, 71, who retired as president and CEO after 53 years with Finch. Carota will continue in his role as chairman of the company's board of directors and chairman of the board's executive committee.

GREEN scene
February 1, 2009

Printing Impressions' Sustainable/Green Printing News for February 2009

November 1, 2008

Printing Impressions' Supplier News Commercial Printing News for 2008

Finch, Pruyn Puts Business Up for Sale
July 14, 2006

GLENS FALLS, NY—The Finch, Pruyn & Co. paper mill and manufacturing facilities here are being offered for sale. The company issued a statement, noting it has retained advisers to aid in the soliciting and evaluation of offers.The company hasn’t received any offers as of yet and will continue its manufacturing operations.Shareholders are hoping to capitalize…

BINDERY matters
November 1, 2005

Pair of Machines Head Down South Marietta, GA—Color Spectrum Network (CSN) has added two new multi-function machines—a Bobst SPanthera 106-LER embossing diecutter with blanking and a Bobst Mistral 110 A-2 CS folder/gluer equipped with the latest source tagging and CD insertion devices. This marks the first time both of these new generation machines have been installed together in a single U.S. plant. After Fire, Bindery Is Thriving Again Lancaster, PA—It was among the largest and most intense fires that the local fire department could ever remember, and it caused more than $4 million in damage to Bindery Associates last year. "One-third of our facility was completely destroyed,"