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2004 – One of the largest commercial printers in the world, Quebecor World Acme Printing, receives chain-of-custody certification. To date, 5 U.S. printers have received certification in 2004.
2004 – National Wildlife Federation begins printing their children’s magazine Wild Animal Baby on FSC-certified paperboard stock.
2004 – The Coca-Cola Company has 2003 Annual Report printed on FSC-certified paper.
2004 –Disney’s 2003 Enviroport is printed on FSC-certified paper.
2004 – Tiffany Company used FSC-certified paper for 2003 annual report.
2004 – Monadnock Paper Mills Inc. receives chain-of-custody certification for the manufacture of FSC-certified paper.
2004 – Potlatch becomes first publicly traded company in U.S. to have lands under FSC certification.
2004 – Domtar receives chain-of-custody certification for their mill in Maine.
2003 – Kinko’s announces that it will stock FSC-certified papers in each of its stores.
2003 – Quad Graphics, the world’s largest magazine printer, receives chain-of-custody certification.
2003 – Neenah Paper receives chain-of-custody certification for the manufacture of FSC-certified paper.
2003 – Finch, Pruyn company received forest management certification for their forestlands, and chain-of-custody certification for their manufacturing facilities, becoming the first company to wholly manufacture paper in the U.S. from the forest to the final product.
2003 – Harris Lithographics becomes first printer to receive chain-of-custody certification in U.S. In all, 7 U.S. printers received COC certification in 2003.
2002 – Mohawk Paper receives chain-of-custody certification for the manufacture of FSC-certified paper.
2002– Ris Paper Company becomes first merchant with chain-of-custody certification. To date, there are a total of 5 paper merchants in the U.S., also including Central Lewmar South, Frank Parsons Paper Company, Gould Paper Corporation and New Leaf Paper.
2000 – Domtar receives forest management certification for their lands in upstate New York.