By Cameron Chai
Sugarmade, sustainable tree-free paper products provider, has signed a distribution partnership agreement with Clampitt Paper. Clampitt is a distributor of paper based in Dallas and operates 14 retail stores and seven distribution sites all over New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
According to the CEO of Sugarmade, Scott Lantz, the company is delighted to partner with Clampitt Paper in order to quickly extend distribution locations all over the United States. For more than 70 years, Clampitt has been the distributor in the paper industry and has been offering quality paper products. This distribution partnership between the companies will help establish its facility in the South and offer tree-free paper to the customers, Scott added.
High standards of cost competitiveness, ecological responsibility and quality are met by the paper products from Sugarmade. The products are 100% compostable, tree-free and recyclable. Bamboo and sugarcane fibers are used in the manufacturing of these paper products, which help conserve and sustain the environment.
Recently, Sugarcane has announced the addition of 11x17 inch paper along with the standard 8.5x11 inch paper for the markets in the United States. The company has added an A4 size that meets the global demands and roll stock for use in commercial conversions and printing applications.
Sugarmade provides tree-free paper products, which are manufactured from sugarcane bagasse and bamboo. Besides marketing of paper, Clampitt Paper also offers specialty programming for industry and business.