The Twentieth Century saw Papyrus go from a small-scale local business in a fragmented market to a Pan-European operation, a journey which gained momentum in the 1980s when new EU rules paved the way for consolidation, and markets in Eastern Europe opened up.
In recent decades, another shift has taken place, with digital processes and technologies transforming the way we create, consume, collaborate and connect. As champions for progress, Papyrus has stepped up as an ambassador for paper in the post-digital era, helping industries transition and adapt to new ways of working.
Smarter ways for better days
Today Papyrus is writing a new chapter, bringing together partners across multiple fields to explore innovative solutions to the challenges presented by the world as we find it.
We believe that by getting everyone on the same page we can create smarter ways for better days.