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It is portable, consistent and offers its users an undeniable level of security despite its reputation for being the number one killer of trees. Even with the invention of cell phones and the Internet, paper has proven itself as a versatile and effective form of communication.

Auburn, Washington-based Ryno Rollers announced Graphic Printing Roller Ltd., with plants in Markham, Ontario, and St. Leonard, Quebec, is the latest company licensed to produce rollers using Ryno® roller compounds. As an authorized Ryno Rollers compound licensee, Graphic Printing Roller will produce the popular Ryno®, HydroMetric®, and Web Red® rollers for the Canadian market and other areas being serviced by them.

Pasadena, California-based Castle Press took top honors in the National Association for Printing Leadership's (NAPL) Second Annual Marketing Plus Awards competition for graphic communications companies by winning 11 awards, including four Gold and four Silver awards, in a wide range of marketing disciplines.

Cascades Fine Papers Group—a Canadian leader in environmental and security fine papers manufacturing located in Quebec—announced the Rockland line of colored paper now contains up to 100 percent recycled fibre. It is a wise choice for all sorts of applications, such as brochures, annual reports, postings and stationery. Said Normand Lecours, vice president, sales and marketing, “This improvement is a natural step for Cascades. We can do better than the industry standards by manufacturing paper with less impact on the environment. This allows us to reduce even more our environmental footprint and that of our clients. It is with that in mind that

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