More than 40 per cent of Australians say they’re not satisfied with the quality of their paper.
The paper industry says that’s not surprising given the current price of paper, which is already outstripping the value of all the other products that make up the Australian economy.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Paper Industry Association chief executive Tim Neeley says paper is a critical part of our economy, but the costs are now becoming unsustainable.
He says we are seeing the end of paper production for some paper products, including the new Paperstar.
“It’s a great thing for paper companies, and certainly paper companies have been making a lot of money from paper.
They’ve made a lot out of paper for a long time, and the cost of paper is going down.
We’re going to see a huge amount of paper in the future.
We’re not going to go back to paper-based products.
It’s not a sustainable way to go forward.”
It will make it easier to manage a business and make it a little more efficient, but it will also make it more difficult to do business, which will put more strain on the industry.
“The industry is now working to find alternative ways of producing paper.
The paper companies are now asking the Government to introduce a new regulation to help them reduce the costs of paper.
A spokesman for the Australian Paper Industry Confederation said the new paper price caps will mean a lot more money for businesses and consumers.
They will help to encourage innovation and lower costs.
In its submission to the Government, the Paperstar, which supplies paper for the Government’s public and private schools, said the paper industry was in desperate need of a boost to revenue and would like to see paper prices go down.”
The Paperstar has received an increasing number of calls and emails about the impact of these new paper prices, which have caused some businesses to close,” the submission says.”
Our businesses are struggling to find enough paper and paper products to meet the increasing demand and to pay the rising costs of managing their business.
“[This] means that there is little or no money left in the business to pay for its customers to buy their paper products.
These costs will now be reflected in the price of products for other customers, and will also have an impact on the productivity of the paper market.”
Mr Neeleys says the industry is currently struggling with its costs and is struggling to stay competitive.
This year alone, the paper prices of Australian businesses have been the subject of complaints from consumers, and he says the current regime will be a long-term problem.
As the industry tries to find other sources of revenue, the Government has announced a new competition for paper.