Paperloop Introduces Personal Assistant Research Service (PARS)
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO, May 2, 2001 (paperloop.com) - Paperloop, the premier multimedia information and e-business network for the paper, printing and converting industries, has introduced its new Personal Assistant Research Service (PARS).
PARS is an economical and efficient way for paper professionals to obtain industry information. By utilizing a vast archive of historical data originally published in the Pulp & Paper family of books, newsletters and market reports, PARS can provide nearly any type of research, from basic data requests to the creation of detailed reports. Most requests are fulfilled within 24 hours.
Available data includes:
* price histories on more than 40 grades of paper
* production, capacity and consumption data
* price forecasts
* market share rankings
* company information
PARS is an extension of paperloop's industry-leading publishing group, which produces more than 80 magazines, newsletters, journals and directories, including Pulp & Paper, Pulp & Paper International, Pulp & Paper Week, North American Factbook and the Lockwood Post's Directory.
"PARS is the perfect solution for paper industry professionals who need accurate pricing, production, or mill data quickly and reliably," said Les Kruger, publisher of newsletters for paperloop's print group. "The service not only takes all the work out of research, it provides the most comprehensive, up-to-date data available in just one day information that would be very difficult and extremely expensive for one person to find on their own. It really is an invaluable tool."
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