In late July I was talking to a converter on the West Coast of the United States. We have been friends for quite a while. I don't remember when we'd first met, probably at an FTA function, but we have chatted and visited over the years. My friend is… Read More »
The Channeled Resources Group, a worldwide marketer and distributor of reprocessed specialty paper and film, has announced the consolidation of all its businesses into one entity, the Channeled Resources Group (CRG), of Chicago, IL, USA.
The merge… Read More »
Channeled Resources Group –
Label Stock & Release Liners
Channeled Resources Group (CRG) is a leading supplier of First Quality and Reprocessed Pressure Sensitive Label Stock and Silicone Coated Release Liners. CRG – MaraT… Read More »
I got a little flak from my last column on carbon footprint, particularly from my friend CD. He is relentless in his conviction that global warming is a claim and nothing else. He peppers me with very compelling arguments that refute claims that clim… Read More »
Before I begin a two part series on pellets for energy, I'd like to take one last parting shot at the black liquor funding paid to the paper industry in 2009. I promise, my last comment on the subject.
The United States government paid out about $… Read More »
I really don’t like to read newspapers, particularly American newspapers and British tabloids. They contain so much junk and sleaze. I just can’t stand them. But, when I travel I am a devotee of the International Herald Tribun… Read More »
This year in Barcelona, label guru Mike Fairley made a fascinating presentation at the FINAT Technical Conference. His talk had these focal points: the label industry and the environment, digital label printing, and brand production and authenticity.… Read More »
So today we dumped another 70 million tons of global warming pollution into the thin shell of atmosphere surrounding our planet, as if it were an open sewer. And tomorrow we will dump a slightly larger amount, with the cumulative concentrations now t… Read More »