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May 19, 2016

Southern CA – Hyacinth Fine Papers, a specialized paper trading company based in Southern California with an expert focus on premium stationary products such as sketch books, pads, watercolor pads, drawing pads, and packaging paper, this past month outshined the competition and earned a reputable name for themselves at the National Stationary Show (NSS) in New York City from May 15 – 18.


An event and exhibition meant to bring creative industry and stationary developers to one place, the NSS splits the attendees between the fresh, emerging lifestyle stationary pursuits, and the Supply Side for B2B intersection.

“Since we work with paper manufacturers and distributors all over the world on a daily basis, we wanted to interact in-person with the industry’s leading thinkers and innovators,” said Mr Wang, Founder and Chairman of Hyacinth Fine Papers. “The NSS was such a monumental and unforgettable experience, putting our company’s vision into contact with other American-based companies on the same path. We can’t wait to attend next year’s event.”

Hyacinth Fine Papers produces paper that stimulates the creativity of top designers. They are passionate about their papers, specifically art-related products, and work hard to develop products for art enthusiasts at all levels.

The company is attributed with helping to expand the paper market by developing and producing ranges of high grade quality premium stationaries, printing paper and packaging by incorporating elements such as coated, uncoated, color, texture and pattern.

 

Annually, the NSS attracts a diverse global attendance of over 10,000 buyers and industry professionals. Only the best of the best and most innovative trailblazers are able to outshine the competition and contribute to the future of creative stationary development.

 

HYACINTH FINE PAPERS SHINES

AT THE NATIONAL STATIONARY SHOW

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