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About the Stone Paper Company

The revolutionary stone paper product has been under intensive development by one of Taiwan's most innovative business leaders, the Lung Meng company since 1999.  It was exported first to US and Japan in 2008 where it instantly attracted customers away from wood based and synthetic paper for corporate promotional and stationery applications.

The Auckland based Stone Paper Company secured the agency for the product in 2009 and branded the product "Rockstock" for the New Zealand, Australian and Pacific markets.

B&F Papers were appointed distributors in New Zealand in 2011.

The principals of Stone Paper Company are Sir Rob Fenwick and Alan Good

 

   

Alan Good

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Alan Good has been associated with the paper and printing industries in New Zealand for most of his working life.

He has held a variety of positions ranging from Litho Offset Machinist, Sales Manager to a Director of a Print Broking Business.

He has helped instigate three new technology start-ups.

He was introduced to stone paper when he was seeking a paper to meet the needs of clients requiring very high sustainability values.

   

Sir Rob Fenwick KNZM

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Sir Rob Fenwick KNZM KStJ CFInstD HonD Nat Res (Linc) is closely associated with a number of environmentally sustainable businesses, government organisations and NGOs. He is also an experienced businessman and company director with interests closely aligned to promoting sustainable development.

Sir Rob is Chairman of the New Zealand Waste Advisory Board, co-founder of the NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development and former chairman of Landcare Research the New Zealand science foundation responsible for urban sustainability.

In 2009 he was made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to the environment.

For the past twenty years he has had an association with Antarctica: for nine years until 2007 he was a director, one of several CRIs involved in Antarctic research, and is a former chairman of the Antarctic Heritage Trust. In 2005 the New Zealand Geographic Society named the Fenwick Ice Piedmont in the Ross Sea for his work in Antarctica. 

He is a co-founder and director of Living Earth Ltd, New Zealand’s principal organic waste management business and is active in policy development around waste minimisation and climate change, and has been a member of several Government working groups in these areas. He is a special advisor to the Department of Conservation and was conferred with the degree of Doctor of Natural Resources, honoris causa, by Lincoln University in 2012.

Winner of The Sir Peter Blake Leadership Award 2015, Knight Companion 2016

Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to business and conservation 2016

Inductee to the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame, former journalist and public relations consultant and longtime environmentalist.

   

Mission Statement

Our Quality Objectives: Innovation, eco-friendly, continuous quality improvement and customer satisfaction.

Our Mission

To Introduce revolutionary Stone paper products to safeguard the environment for the enjoyment of future generations.

Our Vision

1.     That Stone Paper Products will become a primary type of paper used, thereby minimizing the felling of trees, airborne waste and effluent pollution.

2.     To provide people  with the opportunity to enjoy the fruits of this new invention by producing a high quality product at an affordable price.

3.     To provide sustainable products that incorporate social responsibility and no harm to our environment.

Our Marketing Goal

To provide Stone Paper Products to the market via seamless supply chain management.

Founded in 1998, LM's steadfast commitment and sheer perseverance in spite of innumerable setbacks finally culminated in the discovery of a unique papermaking technology – one which supersedes the traditional method of using wood pulp – to produce a truly unique and eco-friendly tree-free paper.

With characteristic ingenuity, these "stone-papermaking methods" differ from "wood pulp papermaking methods" via the exclusive employment of a blend of mineral powder and a small infusion of non-toxic resin. Indeed, our papers are manufactured without the need to fell trees, without water pollution and without harmful gaseous wastes. An environmentally sustainable solution, this revolutionary stone papermaking technology has been patented in over 40 countries including Australia, Byelorussia, China, Europe, USA, and South Africa.

Making active contributions to protect our environment, the breathtaking invention of "Stone Paper Products" which are 100% pulp-free are strong evidence of this.

 

   
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