One of the many fine writing companies at the London Stationery Show is AT Cross. Centrally displayed was its new Peerless Tracker, which features an internal TrackR tracking device that links to a smartphone App
Austrian notebook and travel accesories company Paper Republic showcased its smart voyageur leather cover for smart phones which uses an innovative high-tech pad to secure the phone.
Jan Kohne, Director Sales Europe from fine writing company Lamy, told The Office Times that he doesn’t expect Brexit to change the UK’s positions as Lamy’s first key market outside of Germany.
Kemerburgaz Ofis is looking to build its distribution base in the UK. The Turkish manufacturer currently works with retailers such as WH Smith in the UK as well as
Amodex was again present at the London Stationery show with its non-toxic Ink & Stain Remover, which come in a variety of practical sizes.
Treewise pencils are one of the first suppliers of pencils made from 100% recycled newspaper.
Tesla Amazing presented its Magnetic charged notes at the London Stationery Show. The notes use patented technology called statically charged polypropylene film
Essendant reported that revenue declined 6.1% year-over-year to $1.3 billion in the first quarter of 2017.
Office Depot has closed on the sale of its business in South Korea to Excelsior Capital Asia.
Messe Frankfurt reports that over 885 exhibitors accounting for 80 percent of exhibition space at Paperworld 2018 has already been booked.
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