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Appvion Inc stated on Thursday that it plans to complete the consolidation of the majority of the carbonless paper coating and rewinding operations at its plant in Appleton, Wisconsin, to its integrated pulp and paper mill in Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania by the third quarter of 2018.
At the end of the investigation into this transaction, opened in December 2007, the Commission concluded that there was a serious risk that the proposed transaction, as originally notified, would significantly harm competition in the market for carbonless paper in the EEA.
today announced plans to produce and market its Carbonless Power System for green electricity in stationary facilities.
Designed for reliability in lengthy, unsupervised print runs, the DFX-9000 can print reports, packing lists, shipping manifests, checks, invoices, and carbonless forms up to 10 parts at speeds of up to 1,550 characters per second.
Arjo Wiggins are Europe's largest carbonless paper producer, with a turnover of more than pounds 250million
The troubled Arjo Wiggins Corpach mill in Fort William, Argyll, specialises in the production of the carbonless paper previously used by stores to provide a customer copy of credit card transactions.
When my patients become ill from pesticide spraying, they usually do not head for an emergency room, where they typically experience long waits in an environment containing germicidal residue, scented products, carbonless copy paper, hospital linens with heavy fabric softener, and other exposures.
They are carbonless copy forms to record meeting information and provide a valuable paper trail.
Standard Register (NYSE:SR) has launched a unique new laser printer specifically designed for carbonless forms.
Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Bielefeld GmbH produces and sells carbonless paper, inkjet paper, heat-sensitive paper and cast-coated paper, and has annual sales of 215 million euros.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which are man-made substances, are most commonly used in manufacturing transformers and capacitators, but they are also found in such products as carbonless copy paper, pigments and casting waxes.
A long-awaited report on carbonless copy paper by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health acknowledges that the paper has caused allergic reactions in employees in the past, but it said "it is uncertain whether current formulations.