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These Five Issues Need Immediate Attention from USPS Board of Governors

It’s amazing how quickly Washington can move at times. This week we were looking forward to a ruling from the International Trade Commission and public release of the report from the Presidential Task Force examining the Postal System. What no one expected was action on …

The future of food packaging is retail-ready

Retailers may be the driving force behind retail-ready packaging (RRP), but brand owners and manufacturers are uncovering ways to boost sales and brand recognition through product packaging designed to be quickly stocked and attract consumers.

This approach has helped new food products compete against much larger companies. Often referred to as shelf-, display- or pallet-ready packaging, retail-ready …

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USPS Proposed Rule Changes

The USPS is proposing a change to content standards for its Marketing Mail letters and flats, which has serious consequences for direct mail marketers, mailers and non-profits.  SPC weighs in.  Read more…

In addition… Randy Weiler, SPC’s Director of Postal Affairs and Logistics, is here to help you navigate the …

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U.S. International Trade Commission Overturns Canadian Newsprint Duties

The five commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday that imports from Canada of uncoated groundwood paper, used for newspapers, commercial printing and book publishing, do not injure U.S. industry.  Read more here.

 

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Getting to the Core with Data Anayltics

No matter the industry, it’s always better to …

National Toilet Paper Day

National Toilet Paper Day 2018

At Veritiv, towel and tissue is big business.

That’s just one of the reasons why we celebrate National Toilet Paper Day—a national holiday dedicated to a product that we truly cannot live without.

Here are five things you probably don’t know about toilet paper:

  1. It has an official inventor. While some form of toilet paper has been used …