In its first appearance at FachPack, Sappi Fine Paper Europe is demonstrating how Sappi’s speciality papers allow brand owners and converters to differentiate their products on the shelf, especially in the face of increased competition that results in a need for more innovative substrates and finishing.
Questionable subsidies to support biomass are putting Austria’s traditionally strong wood and paper industry in jeopardy, threatening jobs in the sector. A more intelligent approach to the use of wood could help retain the benefits of biofuel usage, whilst also making the best use of one of our most reliable natural resources.
Sappi Fine Paper North America has selected eleven new grant recipients for its 14th annual Ideas that Matter program, the industry’s highly respected grant program aimed at helping designers create and implement print projects for charitable causes
Westbrook leaders envision a transformed downtown teeming with offices, hotels, shops and restaurants drawn to the city for its business-friendly policies, relatively inexpensive real estate and local amenities
On 04 September 2013 Sappi Southern Africa showed its support for The Kruger National Park Warburgia Salutaris project at a ceremonial cheque handover event that took place at the Lowveld National Botanical Gardens.
New investments in manufacturing should produce what are generally thought of as “good jobs” – full-time positions that pay living- and middle-class wages, with benefits sufficient to support workers and their families.