Appleton, Wisconsin-based Appleton revealed third quarter 2010 highlights compared to third quarter 2009. Findings included:
Appleton, Wisconsin-based Appleton has introduced a new imaging chemistry for its topcoated direct thermal label facestocks. The new patent-pending technology platform has been deployed across Appleton’s core direct thermal label grades, Résiste® 900-3.0 and Résiste® 190-3.2.
In 2002, six suppliers joined forces to establish UnigraphicsUSA. Over time, the membership evolved and in 2008, the group changed its organizational structure, rebranded and formed the Strategic Print Alliance (SPA). Today, six member companies—with 10 plants coast-to-coast—remain aligned by friendship and the business philosophy, "Independent strength. United power."
Appleton Coated, NewPage Corporation, and Sappi Fine Paper North America applauded the efforts of more than 100 members of Congress who wrote to President Obama asking for action on Chinese subsidies to their paper producers.
Appleton, the nation's largest manufacturer of thermal paper - the type often used in cash register and credit card receipts, does not use the controversial ingredient, bisphenol A (BPA).
Appleton has completed the sale of its performance ackaging operations to a newly formed company named NEX Performance Films Inc., which is owned by Mason Wells, a Milwaukee-based private equity firm.
Appleton Coated announced the winning entries to the U360 Competition for 2010, which are printed all, or in part, on Utopia and/or Curious Collection papers.
Neenah, Wisconsin-based Appleton has reformulated its flagship NCR PAPER* brand Superior carbonless sheet paper and guaranteed it to run on all forms printing equipment, including offset, digital duplicators, black-and-white digital, color digital and inkjet.
Unisource Worldwide, based in Norcross, Ga., is supporting the U.S. paper industry's anti-dumping and countervailing duty petitions recently filed covering imports of certain coated paper from the People's Republic of China and Indonesia.