Rolland Enterprises Inc.’s publication, “The Paper Loop,” a promotional document under the guise of a magazine for paper aficionados that promotes the virtues and high-impact value of print to creative designers, printers, advertisers, and corporate communicators, was selected as the 2016 winner of the annual Positively Print award. The magazine designed for Rolland by Alezane Design & Com Inc., provides readers with an assortment of information about the processes of paper production and printing, news about the industry, measures being taken to protect the environment, and other related topics for, and about, those who share Rolland Enterprises’ passion for paper. “Rolland Enterprises Inc.’s engaging and informational magazine not only portrays the impact of print through real-world success stories from major international companies that have effectively integrated print into their communications, but also puts ‘front and center’ the facts about sustainability as well as measures being taken to protect the environment,” said NPES President Thayer Long.
Today, in response to questions from the investment community on its recent quarterly call, Berry Global Group, Inc. (NYSE: BERY) reports it is prioritizing the production of nonwoven healthcare products in its Nanhai, China and Suzhou, China facilities, which are used to manufacture products that can help protect against airborne particles like the Coronavirus.
Nonwoven materials produced at the facilities are used in face masks, N95 respirators, and protective apparel, all of which have recently been in high demand in the plan to prevent the spread of not only the Coronavirus, but also other communicable diseases.
A look inside the Company’s current Nanhai production efforts can be viewed through media coverage found on its LinkedIn page.
“Our thoughts go out to those affected by the Coronavirus. Our dedicated teams are working around the clock to manufacture as much of these materials as possible to help prevent the spread of the virus,” said Curt Begle, President of Berry’s Health, Hygiene, and Specialties Division.
Berry has advised employees in the affected areas to use extra caution including the use of Company-issued face masks, hand sanitizer, and hand soaps.