We are a workforce filled with inspiring and brilliant women who are making changes and breaking barriers in manufacturing. We took a moment to ask what the industry and its sustainability goals mean to a few women from our member, Ahlstrom.
Total printing-writing paper shipments decreased 15% in February compared to February 2022. U.S. purchases of total printing-writing papers decreased 6% in February compared to the same month last year.
The American Forest & Paper Association opposes the EPA’s final rule for Federal Implementation Plans (FIP) Addressing Regional Ozone Transport for the 2015 Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NOx FIP). The "Good Neighbor" rule should exclude paper mill boilers.
“Diversity in any industry creates visible representation,” Gabrielle Evans said. We sat down with her, Marcez Mitchell and Marlon Jones from International Paper to get their candid thoughts on diversity in the paper and wood products industry, how they celebrate Black History Month and more.
Procter & Gamble’s Senior Vice President, Product Supply-Family Care, Regina Gray highlights how diversity in skills and in employees can help elevate companies in the paper and wood products industry.
The American Forest & Paper Association's Board of Directors announced advocacy priorities to help ensure the paper and wood products industry’s success in 2023. Priorities include: Sustainability, Energy and The Environment, Paper Recycling, Product Stewardship, among others.
Lisa Berghaus, Director of Marketing Communications for Monadnock Paper Mills, explains the paper-based packaging design process and how the industry is working with brands to meet sustainability goals.