Komori offers insight into Key Sustainability Practices and Steps Printers Can Take To Establish Sustainable Business Programs
Rolling Meadows, IL, - Komori America Corporation, a premier manufacturer of sheetfed and web offset printing presses, today announced it has issued a white paper focused on steps printers can take to establish sustainable business practices. Recognizing the importance of sustainability in the print industry, Komori's white paper offers informative analysis and insights about the growing movement toward adopting a sustainability program. It explains how sustainability goes beyond adopting a few "green" practices and highlights the guiding principles behind an environmentally responsible business strategy.
The white paper can be downloaded from http://www.komori-sustainable-print.com.
The white paper, entitled "Sustainable Print: Environmentally Friendly Practices that are Good for the Future and for Your Print Business," details key developments and considerations driving sustainability initiatives that printers and others involved in the print industry should keep in mind. Topics covered by the white paper include:
- The business case for adopting a sustainability program
- A summary of how sustainable practices can improve both efficiency and profitability
- Case studies analyzing how commercial printers are lowering their environmental impact
- An overview of sustainability considerations including the areas of product, process and envelope
Issuing the white paper on sustainable business practices is just part of the company's efforts to provide its customers with information and solutions to address their unique business issues.
"Businesses are facing a growing expectation that they have considered sustainability as part of their overall operations," said Susan Baines, director of marketing for Komori America Corporation. "Komori believes that the print industry can play an important role in encouraging environmentally responsible businesses. This white paper offers practical steps we all can take toward that initiative."