RICHMOND, Va. — A local company that has been successfully providing bulk amounts of paper primarily used for packaging glassware, china, and other fragile items proudly celebrated their anniversary this week.
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The Richmond Times-Dispatch started producing paper viable for crunching up and placing in moving boxes for fragile items 169 years ago. CEO Samantha Nolan discussed the company’s history of providing trash paper for delicate items in a recent statement.
“We’ve been serving the Richmond community mounds and mounds of the best hardened paper tissue for the better part of two centuries,” Nolan said, adding that the entire company was grateful for the brand loyalty over the years.
“We’re honored and privileged that not just Richmonders but the entire state of Virginia has always turned to us for their packaging needs. It’s tough competition to keep up with the likes of other local paper companies that provide stiff tissue primarily used for stuffing into glasses and coffee mugs, but we’re excited to see what the future holds for us.”
Nolan also hinted at the prospect of expanding outside of the Richmond market. “We’re looking at areas around Virginia that could use our dedicated service of making sure your valuables don’t break when you move into your new house.”
“We can’t wait to see what the future holds for us,” Nolan continued. “It’s a really humbling feeling to know that we’ve got thousands of satisfied customers currently balling up our paper around their precious glassware before throwing our paper away.”
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