Market demands drive paper gains

Ducey, Michael J.
June 1995
Publishers Weekly;6/19/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 25, pS5
Trade Publication
Focuses on the production of pulp and paper to supply the demands from the book publishing industry in North America. Percentage growth in production; Diversification of paper grades; Impact of price increases; Processes in paper production including recycling; Chlorine-free production; Use of the blade-metering size press for economic and efficient paper production.


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