Recycled-content paper company says its customer base has grown for three straight years.
FutureMark Paper Group, Westport, Conn., says its customer base has grown for the third straight year. In a news release, the company says it has added to its customer base and expanded relationships it has with a number of existing customers. FutureMark manufactures recycled-content printing and writing paper.
“FutureMark Paper Group continues to expand and grow, despite tough conditions overall in the North American market for printing paper,” says Steve Silver, FutureMark’s president and CEO. “Our commitment to minimizing the environmental impact of paper production is really paying off. Customers value our products’ high recycled content and environmental profile. They especially seem to like that our recycled paper performs and costs the same as less green, non-recycled alternatives.”
The company says its printing and paper products have the highest recycled content for products of their type made in North America. The group’s two manufacturing facilities produce from 90- to 100-percent recycled-content papers used in books, catalogs, magazines, retail inserts, office papers, labels and promotional mailings, as well as in fast food and commercial packaging applications.