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Survey highlights opportunities for safety products

Survey highlights opportunities for safety products

Only half of employees believe their workplaces are prepared for a severe emergency, according to the third annual workplace safety survey by Staples. Nearly two-thirds of those polled said recent natural disasters have not led to their employers reassessing company safety plans.

Larger range of office items and new Chinese pavilions for Paperworld China

Paperworld China 2014 will feature several Chinese pavilions and a larger range of office items this year from

Inapa reports increase in paper sales

Inapa reports increase in paper sales

Paper merchant Inapa has posted an increase in sales of 241.3 million for the quarter ending March, up 5.7 % on the same period in 201

Details of new trade fair announced

Details of new trade fair announced

Insights–X, the new German trade fair for stationery, office supplies and writing equipment, will debut at the Nuremberg Convention Center between 8-11 October 2015

International Paper appoints new president and COO

International Paper appoints new president and COO

International Paper has announced that Mark Sutton has been promoted to president and chief operating officer effective immediately

Survey reveals increasing appeal of telecommuting

Survey reveals increasing appeal of telecommuting

The third annual telecommuting survey by Staples shows that telecommuting is increasingly attractive to employees

Spicers CEO leaves company

Spicers has confirmed that Alan Ball stepped down from his role as CEO of the UK wholesaler on Friday. He will be replaced by Greg Michael

United Stationers acquires e-retailer

United Stationers acquires e-retailer

United Stationers has signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the outstanding shares of CPO Commerce, Inc., for $30 million

KMP responds to Canon patent complaints

KMP says that it has not yet received the lawsuit from Canon, after the OEM announced the filing of patent infringement complaints against KMP and other aftermarket manufacturers.

Metsä Board's CEO to leave company

Metsä Board has annoucned that CEO Mikko Helander will resign from the paper maker to join Kesko Corporation as of 1 December 2014



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