Your Paper Partner at the Office, at School, and at Home
Whether you’re printing a to-do list or a presentation to wow your clients, you need paper you can depend on. At Boise Paper, we offer sustainable, American made paper for all your needs. We make:
- Sturdy, dependable copy paper for everyday printing
- Attention grabbing colored paper in 22 popular colors
- Premium, bright-white office paper to look brilliant in presentations, mailings, and more
Find the Paper You Need
Our wide array of office paper products are perfect for a variety of printing needs.
BOISE POLARIS® Premium Paper
Your best ideas (and nothing else) will shine through on premium, thick paper ideal for two-sided proposals and presentations. Choose from a full line of Boise POLARIS® premium papers when your documents need to shine.
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ASPEN® Recycled Paper
Show everyone that green is good, and looks good too, with recycled fiber content. Choose from a full line of Aspen® recycled papers that are as bright and clean as non-recycled paper.
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FIREWORX® Premium Multi-Use Colored Paper
Wow them at the water cooler, and everywhere else, with vibrant colors perfect for signs, flyers and announcements.
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Boise Paper has best-in-class products with a team of professionals second to none. Now that’s a winning combination!
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Paper Sales Resources
Whether you’re a wholesaler, a paper merchant, a dealer, a printer or a converter, we have products and services to meet your business needs. We also have a wealth of tools like these to help you succeed:
- Collateral and Samples
- Paper Industry News
- Optimal Paper Performance Guide
- Printing and Converting Products
Proud to meet and exceed
Paper With Purpose®
Boise Paper works tirelessly to engineer and deliver high quality products you can trust. When it comes to sustainability, we believe it’s our responsibility to give back in the most relevant and meaningful ways we can. From our commitment to U.S. manufacturing and responsible wood fiber sourcing, to supporting local schools and urban park transformations, we do more than make paper – we make a difference for your business, your community, and the future.
Responsible interaction with natural biological systems to ensure our ecosystems endure for future generations.
Strategically optimizing assets and resources to provide long-term stability for communities on a local and global scale.
Understanding how cultural, social, and physical needs interact, and encouraging people to engage in improving the places they live and work for the benefit of society.
Make Paper Work For You
Check out our blog for tips on making the most of your office life,
how to best use paper, and community events.
Do you know what causes paper jams? If not, you’re not alone. According to a recent survey by Boise Paper, more than 50% of office paper buyers believe that equipment malfunctions most often cause paper jams. In fact, low-quality paper is often to blame – a fact known by only 26% of buyers in the survey.
No matter where you’re working, it’s important to have a workspace that encourages productivity and allows you to focus on your priorities, free of distraction. Piles of paper, unorganized office supplies, and leftover snacks or lunch can make it hard to be productive.
Paper is paper, right? Wrong! Office paper is categorized by a variety of properties that determine the quality of the finished product. From weight to brightness, below are some elements to look for when selecting a high-quality office paper.
One of the five most frequently cited ways businesses measure health and safety goals are through health and wellness initiatives and programs (83%), according to a recent white paper from the Institute for Supply Management® completed in partnership with Boise Paper*.
With the rise of the Internet and social media as primary news sources, we’ve seen a steady uptick in the spread of both misinformation and disinformation.
In 2019, imported goods declined 1.7% overall, the first decrease in three years. This decline was in large part due to the U.S. tariffs placed on goods from China and other foreign countries.