Where can I buy business forms?

Posted by karla | 18 Apr, 2014

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trading demo gratuito The topic today is answering the question, “where can I buy business forms?”  That is a very broad question and I will try to answer as best I can. Let’s start with carbonless forms. Here at CarbonlessUSA.com we are the experts in the carbonless business form field printing carbonless paper since 1979. The best way of knowing where to buy carbonless forms is by the quantity you need to run your business effectively. CarbonlessUSA.com produces quantities of 250 to 5000 in 2, 3 or 4 part forms as well as other companies such as Printrunner.com, Upprinting.com or Docucopies.com.  If a quantity of 5000 or more is needed then you need to contact a firm with larger, faster presses that can handle the larger quantities at a more economical price. I would suggest Total Printing Solutions at tpsks.com.  They have been in business for over 30 years and have a wide range of solutions for any business form.


nebenjob binäre optionen Now let’s talk about 1 part forms printed on plan bond paper such as statements, invoices, work orders and the like. Again the quantity is the main question. If you need a few as 100 to 200, your local printing company is probably your best bet. If the quantity is 500 and up then shopping on the internet may enable you to find a better, less expensive way to purchase these type of forms. If they are padded say 50 or 100 sheets per pad a great place to buy is at tpspads.com. or, as I said before, Total Printing Solutions would be a great choice if  the quantity needed is over 5,000.


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Is Carbonless Paper Safe?

Posted by administrator | 15 Apr, 2014

enter Will My Hair Fall Out If I Use Carbonless Paper?
by Kirk Joorabchi, Production Manager

A group of graphic arts students from the local university came by last week for a tour of carbonlessusa.com. Like most visitors we have around here, they asked what is that smell? It’s a good thing that I am not overly sensitive! I explained to them that the inks and cleaning solvents and even the carbonless paper that we use have a small amount of VOCs, (volatile organic compounds), and that while we are accustomed to them, most visitors find them unpleasant.

One of the students then asked: Is carbonless copy paper dangerous? Is carbonless paper toxic? Both are good questions. If he had asked me that 30 or 40 years ago I would have said there might be a good possibility. But the carbonless paper we use today is neither toxic nor dangerous.

Much time and effort has been spent by the makers of carbonless paper to insure that it is safe to use even for prolonged periods.

The CDC (Center for Disease Control) published a report in 2000 titled Niosh Hazard Review Carbonless Copy Paper, Where it stated in part:
“In conclusion, although the weight of the evidence indicates that exposure to CCP in the past has resulted in adverse health effects; it is uncertain whether current formulations of CCP represent a significant risk to exposed workers. Only a few cases of systemic reactions and allergic contact dermatitis have been reported in the United States or in Europe, which suggests that the risk of these serious outcomes is extremely low given the large number of people who have been exposed to CCP over a period of many years.”

It further stated: “This conclusion is based on the finding that three such cases have been reported in the peer-reviewed medical literature. No cases have been reported in the last 7 years, and thus there is no evidence that current exposures to CCP present a
risk for this health outcome.”

So while carbonless paper may have a slight odor, it is perfectly safe to use!