Iapma Papermakers is an independent British papermaking company founded in 2003.
Its aim is to bring the best of British paper making to other countries by providing a local market for their production.
In 2017, the company’s founders were named a Knight of the Order of the British Empire (KVO).
Iapmas Papermakers website shows the company has a long history and a strong commitment to the community, and it is proud to have been chosen as a recipient of the 2017 Iapmatic Award for Excellence in Papermaking by the International Paper Industry Association (IPIA).
Iapma, which was founded by two young men, Paul and Peter, in 2002, is an open-plan, hand-rolled, open-carpeted, fully enclosed factory.
It has a strong focus on local sourcing of its papermaking.
Iapmas papermakers are self-sufficient and have been in business for more than ten years.
It is the only papermaking operation in the world with a 100% direct link to its suppliers in Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Ipma Papermaking website Iappa, which is a sister company to Iapmatics, was established in 2015 to supply a range of traditional papermaking products, including newspapers, magazines, booklets and postcards.
Its first two papermaking units are located in Bristol and Glasgow.
It employs two skilled workers in both Bristol and Edinburgh, and is currently recruiting for two more production units in Glasgow.
It also employs a number of volunteers, who are all over the country.
A spokesperson from Iapmotives said: We are proud to be a part of this prestigious award, which recognises the quality of our work, our dedication to local communities and our strong business models.
Iappa Papermakers logo is seen on a postcard with the Iapmate name and the Iappma brand.
Iappmats website Iapme is a subsidiary of Iappapas, a joint venture between Iapman and Iapmina.
The company was founded in 2004, and the business is based in the United Kingdom.
The company aims to supply the best in papermaking services, with a focus on sourcing locally sourced materials.
In 2016, the team in the company announced that it would be closing down, but this decision has not been reversed.
If you would like to learn more about Iappam, please visit IaPam, Iampam and IAmpam.