Performance Label

Performance Label

Purpose-Engineered for the Beverage Bottle Lifecycle Monadnock Performance Label is a beautifully crafted line of durable, moisture-resistant paper labels purpose-engineered to withstand the rigors of the production, transportation, and storage processes in the beverage bottle life cycle. Our Process Monadnock crafted the Performance Label line with an eye toward the specific needs of the premium […]

Announcing The Santulan Portfolio

Announcing The Santulan Portfolio

Helping retail and hospitality brands source in the context of their sustainability objectives Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc. (MPM), a family-owned manufacturer that delivers high-performance specialty papers for the technical, packaging and printing markets, announces The Santulan Portfolio, an inspirational lookbook/brand standards guide with renewable fiber-based options made with purpose for retail and hospitality brands. This […]

Why Print Prevails in College Communication

Why Print Prevails in College Communication

Digital communications continue to rise at a steady rate, particularly among teens and adolescents. Generally speaking, these “digital natives” no longer look to print as their source for information, and instead rely on smartphones, mobile apps and social media. This shift has caused a transformation within college admissions offices, which traditionally have relied on direct […]

Proud Winner NHBSR Sustainability Slam!

Proud Winner NHBSR Sustainability Slam!

We loved sharing “Just One Thing” with the NH business community.  We were in good company and came out on top at the first NHBSR Sustainability Slam held at LaBelle Winery.  Monadnock recycles 100% of it’s manufacturing byproduct – short paper fiber.  Learn more when you click on the video below. [ryvl video_url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEiVdXnmgA0″ auto_play=”yes”]   […]

Designing for the Hand

Designing for the Hand

The average man’s hand measures 7.4 inches from heel to fingertip. A woman’s hand is slightly smaller at 6.8 inches. At roughly 2,500 per cm2 the fingertips have the highest density of nerve endings found in the human body.  A lot has been written about the way touch creates a sense of comfort, luxury and […]