Pulp & Paper Magazine Canadian Email List
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The Pulp & Paper Canadian Magazine list allows marketers to target professionals who subscribe to Pulp & Paper, Canada’s leading publication serving this $20 billion industry. Content includes topics specific to mills, emerging technology, R & D, forestry regulations, plant management, forestry trends and stewardship. Professionals in this list are in need of products and services that provide solutions ranging from sustainable wood product harvesting to profitable mill operation.
Magazine Subscriber Stats:
Pulp & Paper magazine has a diverse readership ranging from sawmill owner to consultant. These subscribers all share a common interest in topics that include forest management, safety, sustainability, green energy, timber resources, industry best practices, quality control, equipment upgrades, packaging and environmental awareness. The pulp and paper industry is on the cusp of growth and seek products on moving toward eco-friendly production. Along with natural wood products, these professionals produce earth friendly goods like lignin, cellulose nanocrystals and cellulose filaments. These thought leaders stay abreast of evolving technologies and industry standards by attending seminars, trade shows, training and webinars.
Primary Business Selections:
Executive Management of Pulp & Paper Companies
Operations Management of Pulp & Paper Companies
Engineering & Technical Group of Pulp & Paper Companies
Other Pulp & Paper Personnel
Pulp & Paper Copmanies - Woodlands Divisions
Pulpwood Cutting Contractors
Other Woodlands & Logging Personnel
Converting Divisions of Pulp & Paper Companies
Paper Converting Companies
Consulting Forestry Engineering
Manufacturers/Distributors of Equipment and Supplies
Others Allied to the Field
Professionals in this mailing list are receptive to industry product offerings including saws, safety gear, GPS systems, hard hats, boots, gloves, chippers, grinders, large production saws, boilers, loaders, heavy equipment, log trucks, mobile devices, tires, chains, hydraulics, setters, chokers, stackers, and lubes. They require business operation products includingcomputers, telecommunication systems, software, office supplies, office furnishings, business attire, and employee training programs.
This comprehensive list is ideal for marketers who want to reach decision-makers receptive to offers from heavy equipment manufacturers, logging suppliers, logistics companies, packagers, environmental agencies, financial institutions, R&D facilities, legal advisors, industry publications, safety compliance regulators, continuing education providers, credit card issuers, and more.
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