We know our customers have a lot of responsibilities, and keeping up with the changing paper market is just one. That’s why every month Boise Paper posts insights on the paper industry to our Sales Tools Portal – including the latest information on U.S. uncoated freesheet operating rates, supply, import volume, and market demand.
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Boise Paper’s online blog brings you a paper maker’s perspective on current events, tips for a better office life, and information on the paper market and industry trends. Scroll down for a look at two articles we posted this month, or click the button to go directly to the PaperPulse page at BoisePaper.com.
Recent PaperPulse® Articles
With the rise of inflation, even the smallest expenses are under scrutiny. Color ink is notorious for being expensive, but there are ways to optimize the quality and quantity of your printing. Make the most out of your ink investment with a few of these tips:
Over the last decade, people of all ages and demographics have turned to remote learning and work, keeping notes online and using digital calendars and to-do lists. But for many, using pen and paper to take notes is a better way to learn and remember.
At Boise Paper, we pride ourselves on providing the products you need with the service you deserve. Our paper products are rigorously tested and engineered to deliver the best results. To get the most out of your paper, follow these five steps for optimal performance.
Mentor programs in the workplace are often used to integrate new employees into their new role. However, a mentoring program is also important for ongoing employee satisfaction and retention, as well as building an overall positive company culture.
After two years of ups and downs due to the pandemic, everyone hoped for a “normal” back-to-school season in 2022. However, mounting inflation has taken center stage as a new problem for parents as trends predict spending to reach new heights this year.
Paper is one of the most utilized tools in the workplace and is likely a large part of a business’s spending, so the price of paper is a main concern. However, price is just one component of the total cost of buying and consuming paper. Other factors that impact cost include performance, consistency, appearance, and manufacturer support.
We have many industry partners that we count on for valuable information and guidance. Here are just a few.
Boise Paper is a proud member of the Two Sides organization. Our common goal is to promote the sustainability of paper and dispel common environmental misconceptions by providing consumers with verifiable information on why print and paper is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium.
American Forest & Paper Association
The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) is the national trade association of the forest products industry and advances public policies that promote a strong and sustainable U.S. forest products industry in the global marketplace.
How Life Unfolds
The Paper & Packaging – How Life Unfolds® communicates the personally relevant benefits of paper and paper-based packaging, reminding us how paper and packaging help us reach our goals and help keep our goods and products safe.
Society of American Foresters
Society of American Foresters – The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is the national scientific and educational organization representing the forestry profession in the United States. Boise Paper is a proud supporter of SAF.
The North American Forest Partnership (NAFP) is a diverse group of companies and organizations from throughout the United States and Canada committed to the management of sustainable, healthy forests. Through our #forestproud communication program, we are engaging the public to address questions they have regarding the management and protection of forest resources.