Exploding the myths and setting out the facts about print media’s sustainability.
March 13, 2020
Kearney, MO – The In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) is thrilled to announce that it has joined Two Sides North America, the non-profit organization that promotes and encourages the responsible production, use, and sustainability of print, paper and paper-based packaging.
“We welcome IPMA to the Two Sides network and look forward to working with the many in-house printers and mailers across the U.S. to promote the great environmental story of print and paper,” said Phil Riebel, Two Sides North America President.
“There is no better example of how we can be better stewards of our precious natural resources than the sustainability story of paper and print. IPMA is proud to join Two Sides North America, and spread the positive environmental impact this industry has made,” said Mike Loyd, Executive Director, IPMA.
Founded in 1964, the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) is the only professional association dedicated exclusively to meet the needs of all segments’ in-house printers and mailers. The more than 700 members of IPMA are managers and directors from in-plant printing and mailing facilities throughout the United States. IPMA is headquartered in Kearney, MO. For more information, visit www.ipma.org and follow IPMA on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
About Two Sides North America
Two Sides is a global initiative by companies from the Graphic Communications Industry including forestry, pulp, paper, inks and chemicals, pre-press, press, finishing, publishing, printing, envelopes, and postal operators. Our common goal is to promote the sustainability of the Graphics Communications Industry and dispel common environmental misconceptions by providing users with verifiable information on why print and paper is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium.
The international Two Sides network now spans several countries and is present in Europe, North America, Australia, South Africa, and South America, with more than 600 members from across the Graphic Communications Industry.