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Paper Industry

Updated news on the U.S. paper industry and how it affects your business

Market Update

Every month, Boise Paper sends our direct customers an update on the paper industry, including the latest information on U.S. uncoated freesheet operating rates, supply, import volume, and market demand. 

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Boise PaperPulse®

Boise Paper’s quarterly newsletter delivers office tips, market updates, current paper industry trends, and more.

In this issue, we share how influencer marketing is helping businesses build trust with consumers and increase profits. We also explore innovations in mail and package delivery that are improving consumers overall experience. And whether you’re a frequent traveler, or like to stay close to the home office, we’ve included a few tips guaranteed to improve your efficiency.

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Q1 2020 PaperPulse® Articles

Market Watch Report

Our latest data on the Uncoated Freesheet Market,  U.S. economy and trends. (Password protected content for direct customers only)

Biochips: Take Your Health Data Wherever You Go

Radio frequency waves have been used to drive technology innovations and communication breakthroughs since, well, the radio.

2020 Elections | Security and Safety of Paper Ballots

As the 2020 presidential election approaches, citizens heading to the polls may face a wide array of options to allow them to cast their votes, ranging from paperless touchscreen digital polling machines to a hand-filled paper ballot.

Inkjet Printers | Data-Driven and High-Quality Prints on the Rise

With artificial intelligence on the rise and consumer demand for customization increasing, it may seem strange that one of the oldest modern printing technologies – continuous ink jet (CIJ) – is seeing a reemergence.

Project Up™ 2020 | Growing Communities, One Tree at a Time

Trees are at the heart of every vibrant community. Since 2011, Boise Paper has partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant trees through Project UP.

Industry Partners

We have many industry partners that we count on for valuable information and guidance. Here are just a few.

Two Sides

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 users with verifiable information on why print and paper is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium.

Go to the two sides website

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.

Go to the AF&PA website

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.

Go to the how life unfolds website

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.

Go to the SAF website

#forestproud

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.

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