Made from the renewable resource of sustainably farmed wood fibre, paper as well as pulp, packaging, and tissue products play a vital role in making our lives better, our jobs easier and our world more sustainable.
Paper is largely recyclable, making it a useful raw material for new packaging and tissue products.
PAPER ISPART OF OUR ECONOMY
The making and recycling of paper supports livelihoods, keeps people employed and invests in our economy.
Paper is versatile and part of everyday life, from the kitchen cupboard to the bedside table.
PAPER IS PART OF OUR EDUCATION
From learning to read to studying for a degree, paper is part of the journey of education, learning and development.
The Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa (PAMSA) lives and breathes all things paper. As an industry association, it looks after the pre-competitive legislative, education, environment, research and recycling interests of the pulp, paper, board and tissue sector in South Africa.
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Commenting on the group’s results, Sappi Chief Executive Officer Steve Binnie said: “Within the context of ongoing challenging global macroeconomic conditions and weak paper markets I am pleased that the group delivered EBITDA of US$156 million, which was in line with guidance provided in the prior quarter.” Profitability was negatively impacted by approximately US$45 million […]
Important changes concerning safety and security data reporting requirements Safety and security changes in the transportation of goods by sea, road and rail to the EU The European Union’s new customs pre-arrival safety and security system – Import Control System 2 (ICS2) – will introduce a new process for entry of goods by maritime and […]
Five small timber growers in KwaZulu-Natal, have made history by becoming the first participants in the Sappi Khulisa programme to achieve forest certification through the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) in the Sappi Group Scheme for small growers. The five timber growers, with a total 8,143 hectares of timber area, have been […]
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