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The BOSS Federation has announced the winners of its 2010 Industry Awards, which saw over 500 industry guests and invitees enjoy a glittering gala black tie evening at London’s Lancaster Hotel, in a night which celebrated and rewarded the best in industry.



The BOSS Industry Awards recognise and
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The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) Oxford Brookes University and The Publishers Association have announced the winners of the British Book Design and Production Awards 2010. The awards were celebrated at a glittering gala evening, held at The Lancaster London Hotel on 5th October, wi
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The Winning the War on Waste conference, taking place on 22 November at the Lancaster London Hotel, will tell print and packaging businesses how they can best cut costs and improve their environmental performance with the aid of lean techniques.



Vision in Print’s 7th Annual conference will have
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The BOSS Federation has announced the launch of a new high level sales trend information reporting system for the Office Products Industry, which will aim to provide CEO’s and Product Category Directors with monthly information on 12 specific high level classifications.



The launch of the new sal
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6 September 2010, London, UK - Two Sides, the initiative to promote the responsible production and use of print and paper, and encourage its use as an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium, today announced the winners of its prestigious competition to win a once-in-a-lifetime
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The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF), Oxford Brookes University and The Publishers Association are delighted to announce that multitalented star of comedy, television and radio Andy Hamilton, will host the British Book Design and Production Awards 2010.



Andy, who is a regular panel
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The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF), Oxford Brookes University and

The Publishers Association are proud to announce the shortlist for the British Book Design and Production Awards 2010. With 16 categories, each full of high calibre applicants, the eighth annual awards are set to be
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(USA) Robert (Bob) Taylor, CEO of Neucel Specialty Cellulose, has been announced as the Keynote Speaker for the 23rd Annual Process Industry Reliability and Maintenance (PIRM) Conference, to be held May 2 – 5 in Atlanta, GA, USA. PIRM is co-sponsored by TAPPI...
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(USA) The global pulp and paper industry has substantially increased its use of woody biomass for energy the past few years, which has consequently reduced dependence on fossil fuels, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Since 2006, energy generated from biomass has gone up over 50%...
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(USA) Willis J. Potts Jr. will receive the 2010 TAPPI Herman L. Joachim Distinguished Service Award, established in 1994. It recognizes an individual for voluntary leadership and service that has significantly and demonstrably contributed to the advancement of TAPPI.
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(USA) TAPPI has honored Baum for his research by awarding him the 2009 Gunnar Nicholson Gold Medal. Established in 1928, the Gold Medal is granted to those "who have made preeminent scientific and engineering achievements of proven applied benefit...
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The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes (PEFC) [1] has announced that it is to hold the latest in its series of seminars, entitled, “Responsible Paper Procurement-Good for Business and the Environment”, the seminar is designed to provide a better understanding of the PEFC
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Now we can add tax breaks to the long list of valuable byproducts that come from the kraft pulping process. Several paper companies revealed last week that they have received or will receive millions of dollars from the U.S. government this year for using black liquor, a kraft-pulp byproduct, to po
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(USA) The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has passed a resolution calling on California to create a Do Not Mail Registry giving its citizens the choice to stop receiving unwanted junk mail...
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(USA) Big paper companies could each get hundreds of millions of dollars in cash payments from the Treasury this year by taking advantage of an alternative fuels tax credit in the 2005 highway bill, according to company filings and Wall Street analysts...
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(Australia) Paper manufacturers could be more inclined to use bagasse waste from sugar cane processing, as research has shown it can offer comparable performance to eucalyptus as a pulp feedstock for at least half the price.
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(Venezuela) Venezuela has begun an investigation into two paper companies, including U.S. giant Kimberly-Clark Corp. (KMB), for allegedly skirting government price controls on products, officials said Monday...
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(USA) International Paper Co.’s top executive received 4 percent less compensation in 2008 than in 2007, according to reports from The Associated Press. CEO John Faraci earned $10.3 million in 2008...
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(Belgium) The Award Ceremony Took Place on March 23 During the 'SCA Packaging Experience 09' Event in Brussels...
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