As we get ready to turn the calendar on another year, we’re reminded about the rich history of Boise Paper and our continued dedication to creating products with Quality You Can Trust®. What’s the secret to creating consistently high-quality products?
- A History of Customer Service Experience
Boise Paper has more than 100 years of paper manufacturing experience. Our PCA International Falls mill has been an enduring fixture of the American business landscape, proudly manufacturing papers since 1910. We have mills strategically placed across the U.S. to ensure the highest level of customer service possible.
- Quality Standards
Following strict quality standards year after year has established Boise Paper as a premium paper manufacturer in the U.S. Our office paper holds exceptional brightness, remarkable smoothness, opacity, thickness and more to ensure that the paper that customers purchase will live up to expectations. Our 99.99% Jam-Free® Performance Guarantee, Buyers Laboratory Performance Certification and Green Seal Certification all demonstrate our quality standards.
- Employee Engagement
Boise Paper succeeds due to the commitment and engagement of our employees. From administrative and sales staff to manufacturing and forestry experts, Boise Paper employees are the glue that holds the operation together. More than 1,000 employees work every day to produce our Quality You Can Trust.
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