APRIL Launches Carbon-neutral Office Paper in Middle East

Singapore-headquartered leading pulp and paper manufacturer Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL) Group has begun rolling out its new PaperOne Digital 80gsm carbon-neutral office paper in the Middle East. The company recently held the launch event in Dubai attended by over 80 trade partners from across the MEA region, which also marked the 25th anniversary of its premium, flagship PaperOne range.

APRIL’s Commercial Head of Paper Frank Fang Ming Huang talks about the new product, “The new PaperOne Digital 80gsm carbon-neutral office paper, like all the other products in the PaperOne range, is made using elemental chlorine-free pulp from 100 percent renewable plantation fibres and has a net-zero carbon footprint, making it an excellent choice for environmentally conscious businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint without compromising on quality.”

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Enhanced with the revolutionary ProDigi HD Print Technology, the PEFC-certified PaperOne Digital is designed for the latest high speed digital laser and inkjet printers, and copiers. Other features include high opacity, high whiteness, high thickness for duplex printing, and ultra smooth finish for exceptional print.

The launch of the new paper is just the latest stage in the company’s journey as a sustainable environmentally friendly responsible business. APRIL Group’s PaperOne range is today sold in over 70 countries around the world.

“Our focus on sustainability is also aligned with national and regional climate goals, both here in the UAE and in other countries where we operate,” adds Frank.

During the event, APRIL’s representatives also highlighted the depth and scale of the group’s commitments to sustainability driven by its Sustainability Forest Management Policy 2.0 (SFMP 2.0) and the long-term APRIL2030 targets. The team also shared updates on Restorasi Ekosistem Riau (RER), the company’s flagship forest ecosystem programme launched to restore degraded peat forests in Sumatra’s Kampar Peninsula.

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