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Catalogers Need to Capture the Downturn in Paper Prices

January 13, 2014
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Paper prices moved lower in the last half of 2013. It's time to review with your catalog printer your paper prices. Paper costs represent up to two-thirds of the cost of printing your catalog, so the savings can be substantial. Here are some examples of how paper prices have decreased since July 2013: 40lb. #4 was $50.55/cwt—today's price is $48.45/cwt (4 percent less); 40lb. #5 was $46/cwt—today's price is $43.40/cwt (6 percent less); 60lb. #3 was $46.40/cwt—today's price is $45.50/cwt (2 percent less); and 60lb. #4 was $44.50/cwt—today's price is $41.50/cwt (7 percent less)....

 

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