Frequently Asked Questions
21st March 2018
Here are some answers to our most frequently asked questions...
Where can I find information on International Paper office papers?
Whether it is a simple printout, an important document, a key presentation or a mailing to send to your customer, in colour or black and white, International Paper has the office paper brands and solutions to support your needs. For information on every International Paper office paper brand, click here.
Where can I access International Paper brand content?
We have online portals which house our brand content. To access product information, pack-shots, certifications, sales tools and technical spec sheets for our Iinternational Paper brands, please visit the following sites:
- HP: www.hp-everyday-papers.net
- Rey: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pro-Design: Contact email@example.com
- ColorLok: www.colorlok.com
Does International Paper procure wood sustainably?
Yes. Our entire business depends upon the sustainability of forests. We will continue to lead the world in responsible forest stewardship, to ensure healthy and productive forest ecosystems for generations to come. As part of this commitment, we only source wood from sustainably managed sources. Moreover, we tackle the toughest issues in our value chain, reduce our environmental footprint and promote the long-term sustainability of natural capital. Click here to find out more.
What environmental certifications do your products carry?
This always depends on the certification schemes available in the countries where our production centres are located. Our International Paper website showcases all of our brands and the products within the range, with details of certifications outlined.
Many of our customers still believe that buying paper destroys forests. Do you have any information which can help me to combat this misconception?
Yes, we do! "The Little Green Kit" is the International Paper EMEA sustainability story so far. It’s a narrative trilogy composed of “The Little Green Book”, to separate the myth from reality about our industry; “The Little Book of Commonsense”, that reminds us of the true brilliance of paper based products; and “A Matter of Credentials” which takes a closer look at the sustainability footprint of International Paper in Europe, the Middle East & Africa (EMEA).