With the holidays fast approaching, there are dozens of different ways you can get into the holiday spirit while also boosting your bottom line.
PAPER CONVERTING BLOG
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It never ceases to amaze us just how versatile kraft paper can be. While it does a fantastic job filling its more “traditional” roles in industrial environments as interleaving and box filler, virgin, natural, and colored kraft paper have long been a classroom and craft closet staple for DIY art projects of all kinds. Kraft paper, along with ingenuity, have come up with many fantastic ways to decorate for the upcoming Holiday.Read More
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As the fall season approaches, now is the time for retailers to order essential shipping supplies for the holidays. Although you may have accounted for in-house holiday necessities and promotional displays, it’s important to keep your shipping materials in mind this season. Between a vast increase of outgoing orders during the holiday shopping season and the growth of online sales, it is time to order customized kraft paper to fill or wrap your shipping boxes.
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Manufacturing is one of the many things that has contributed to America’s success and it continues to propel our country’s economy. Today, U.S. manufacturing is responsible for producing 11.4 percent of the world's goods. U.S manufacturers contributed $2.91 trillion in the first quarter of 2023, according to the National Association of Manufacturers.
There’s a spooky holiday at the end of October where ghosts, witches, costumes and candy are the stars of the show. The superstitions and eerie traditions of Halloween allow us to embrace the creepy side of life for a night. What is more frightening than spiders? Here at Oren, we are taking on Halloween this year, paper style. Check out at this fun and easy way to make a decorative spider out of black kraft paper for your Halloween festivities this year.
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Quality, price, lead-times and capabilities are the top reasons for choosing a paper converting company for your products/needs. Oren International has has more capabilities under one roof than most convertors. This allows us to supply almost every paper product needed for your success. Our wide variety of converting equipment allows us to meet all of your needs. From printing, sheeting, and slitting to poly coating as well as finished items such as tubes/cores and SOM Bags. Here is a look at what we can do for you:
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Paper is paper, right? Not necessarily. Although butcher paper and freezer paper can be used for similar purposes in the food service industry, that doesn’t make them the same thing. Custom paper products not only help improve a restaurant’s image, but they also help staff to prepare and serve food safely and easily. It's essential to choose paper products carefully and stock your restaurant with the items that will keep your business running smoothly and efficiently.
It’s no secret that when the weather warms up, patrons begin to go out to visit their local eateries or favorite vacation restaurants. The time to prepare for the rush is now. Thinking of increasing your brand recognition? Do so with our Custom Printed Paper products. Your logo and message can be prominently displayed on rolls or sheets of Butcher paper. Be sure that when your customers take their "food styling" pictures, and post them, that your logo is there for all to see.
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As professional paper converters for the last 25 years, we’ve seen the paper industry change and grow. This has given us the ability to discover more effective and creative uses for the paper we convert. That’s why we think just about everyone can benefit from having a roll or two of butcher paper on hand at all times.
In fact, we think it’s right up there with duct tape and WD-40 as a staple product, and it’s a necessary supply for any commercial food service location as well.Read More
Dye-sublimation printing (or dye-sub printing) is a term that covers several distinct digital printing techniques that involve using heat to transfer dye onto a substrate.
The sublimation name was first applied because the dye makes the transition between the solid and gas states with only slight liquefication before adhering to the substrate. An integral part of the process is the tissue paper that prevents that dye gas from damaging the heat press belts, and heated rotary drum calendars.