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Pritchard Paper is the leading supplier to the sewn products industry in Canada, The USA, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands. Pritchard Paper is the complete source for all sewn products consumables, providing the industry with supplies for design, manual, automated manufacturing and all distribution phases. With a comprehensive line of products, Pritchard Paper will provide your design room, production and distribution facilities with quality products, experienced service, competitive pricing and extensive options.
Newsprint is not recommended for printing & is a lower quality secondary paper used in the packaging industry. Newsprint is a smooth, low-cost paper with many applications.

Applications :

· void filling
· interleaving
· wrapping fragile items
· streak-free glass cleaning
· sketching paper

Standard Rolls

All of our standard newsprint rolls have an 7”-8" outer diameter and a 3" inner diameter core. The grade of newsprint available to the packaging industry is relatively constant with a basis weight between 27.7 lb. to 30 lb. This corresponds to an approximate thickness of 3.0 mil and an approximate length of 1000 feet -1200 feet.

See the the chart for a listing of the standard widths that we keep in stock. The table includes the weight of each roll and the number of rolls that we put on a full skid.

Related Products -

for other more versatile packaging papers that have greater tear strength see recycled kraft.
Industrial Grade
Used in day-to-day design projects, industrial paper can bring an element of the unexpected, many times in a cost-efficient way. Let a PPP Sales member explain the advantage of Industrial Grade Papers.
Cradle Packed
Incredible stability in the shipping process. Your rolls will arrive protected, clean, even and most importantly undamaged every time. An environmental advantage that eliminates the use of unnecessary cartons. Our roll guards are made entirely from recycled materials.
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