Paper mill closures increase demand for BPM’s recycled papers

PESHTIGO, Wis. -BPM Inc., a long-standing manufacturer in the paper making industry, has started to feel the effect of yet another paper mill closure in the USA.

Over the last several years, manufacturing facility closures , global competitive pressures, and corporate consolidations continue, affecting both profitability and sustainability of mills.

Through the industry’s unstable years, BPM continues to grow and expand its product offering to printers and converters world wide. With the increased demand for USA made, recycled paper products, the company is also fulfilling the large need for tablet and notepad converters, manufacturers and printers.

BPM continues to manufacture Envirographic 100 for printers and converters used in a wide-array of printing applications including tablet and notepad manufacturing.

While BPM is busy manufacturing a wide-variety of products on two machines; one designed for the food industry and the second solely to manufacture its exclusive, Envirographic 100, the mill specializes in niche markets requiring custom orders and unique products.

The Peshtigo based mill has been manufacturing Envirographic 100 for more than two decades, offering a wide-range of basis weights.

In addition to the range of products, Envirographic 100 specs are unmatched, which include 92 brightness, outstanding opacity, smoothness and caliper. The company also manufactures Envirographic 100 COLORS, the only 100 percent post consumer recycled pastel papers in canary, green, blue, pink, goldenrod and cream.