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Depot’s CompuCom launches bank software | Staples lay-offs confirmed | Faber-Castell Malaysia turns 40

A round-up of this week’s office products, business supplies and stationery news from around the web and elsewhere.A legal notice…

Amazon faces tax bill | 3M opens design centre in Japan | WB Mason...

A round-up of this week’s office products, business supplies and stationery news from around the web and elsewhere.The European Commission…

Faber-Castell appoints CEO

Faber-Castell has appointed a successor to the late Anton-Wolfgang Graf von Faber-Castell, who died last year.Daniel Rogger has been made…

Category Update: The write direction

The writing instruments market is huge, representing $2.1 billion of sales in the US alone. And it’s on the increase,…

Vendor Interview: Faber-Castell

There are few manufacturers in our industry that wholeheartedly embody tradition and modernity, quality and the whole gamut of social as…

Green Thinking 2016

Some issues are perennial favourites: paper and its role; last mile delivery and its evolution; carbon footprint and the growing…

Special Anniversary Feature: Letter from Oz

The past two decades or so have seen the formerly local, fragmented and relatively inefficient stationery market in Australia evolve into…

E-commerce growth at Walmart | $2.2 billion facilities supplies deal | Double-digit growth for...

A round-up of this week’s office supplies, office products, stationery and business supplies news and stories from around the web…

Elisman named ACCO Chairman | HP Inc to fund start-ups | Westcoast eyes EU...

A round-up of this week’s office supplies, office products, stationery and business supplies news and stories from around the web…

The winds of change…

Office products manufacturers have been through the mill over the past few years. The challenges are multifold: dealing with an overall…

Faber-Castell CEO passes away

Count Anton-Wolfgang von Faber-Castell has died at the age of 74.Von Faber-Castell passed away on 21 January in the US…

Shachihata to ramp up production in India

According to Indian media, the company will invest $5 million in two new factories and is looking to set up…

Weekly News Snippets: 23 May 2014

A selection of OP-related news stories from around the web and elsewhere.Office Depot is recalling 1.4 million office chairs following…

Paperworld Preview

The Fair Deal You may well be reading this in the halls of the Messe Frankfurt, as the leading office…

Faber-Castell aiming for €500 million

 German writing instruments and stationery products manufacturer Faber-Castell says that it is targeting sales of €500 million ($652 million) for…

Faber-Castell remembers German reunification

 Faber-Castell celebrated 20 years of Eastern Germany re-opening for business in June. The writing instrument manufacturer was one of the first…

EOPA 2010: And the winners are…

 The coveted European Office Products Awards took place in Frankfurt on Monday 1 February. Around 350 industry professionals attended the…

Pelikan pens Porsche licence agreement

 Pelikan International has signed a cooperation agreement that will see it manufacture and sell Porsche Design branded writing instruments. The worldwide…

OPI announces European awards shortlist

 OPI is pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2010 European Office Products Awards (EOPA). Despite - or perhaps because of…

Name back in Faber-Castell fold

 Faber-Castell has acquired the European rights to the Eberhard Faber trade name from Staedtler. Staedtler bought the trade name in 1978,…

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Support the Ride of Life

Around 25 members of the office products industry have so far signed up to take part in this year’s Ride…