Three Types of Paper Every Business Should Stock
Finding the best paper options for your office can be a challenging task. Every office should stock a variety of paper types to ensure the quality of the finished print aligns with your project needs. Here are some paper types to consider when stocking up at work or at home:
Everyday Paper. Quality everyday paper for internal communications is a must for every business. Look for a trustworthy option that’s engineered for consistent performance, like Boise® X-9® Multi-Use Copy paper which features a 99.99% Jam-Free® Performance Guarantee and is perfect for high volume print jobs, emails, memos, or billing statements. When you choose reams featuring a jam-free guarantee, you’ll get worry-free printing that will keep everyday tasks running smoothly.
Premium Paper. It’s important to be ready for the next big client meeting, proposal, or presentation on short notice, so make sure to stock a variety of high-quality papers intended for both internal and external audiences. A more premium product line will offer a professional look that is optimized for color print jobs, so that charts, graphs, and images pop. Boise POLARIS® Premium papers are a great option when looking for extraordinary results in any home or office print equipment.
Recycled Paper. Incorporating some recycled paper into the mix along with non-recycled paper is a great way to work toward sustainability goals. Stock half of your office printers with recycled paper to integrate it into your office’s printing strategy. Today’s recycled papers often feature the same high-quality look and feel of non-recycled paper. Boise® ASPEN® features a 99.99% Jam-Free® Performance Guarantee, a bright, clean look for prints, and is America’s top selling recycled paper brand.
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