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About PPM

Connecting People & Paper Worldwide

Paper Products Marketing (PPM) is a manufacturer, supplier and distributor of various papers to more than 70 countries. We operate seven PPM offices, across Asia, Europe and the USA to service the requirements of our partner paper mills and our customers around the world.

Headquartered in Melbourne Australia, we are a fully owned subsidiary of Australian Paper and part of Nippon Paper Industries, Japan. Melbourne is also the logistics centre for paper exports from Australian Paper.

With five paper machines and three pulp mills, employing over 800 people, AP produces a variety of high quality packaging and fine papers.

Nippon Paper Group is one of the 10 largest companies in the global forest, paper and packaging industry. As well as operating more than 20 paper mills in Japan, Nippon Paper has business interests in Asia, Oceania, North and South America and Europe. Australian Paper is Nippon Paper’s largest investment outside Japan.

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Products & Services

Our Range Of Papers

We manufacture, supply and distribute many grades of paper into the food, industrial, packaging, stationary and publishing segments.

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The History of PPM

55+ Years Of Experience In The Paper Products Industry

PPM has a long and rich history in the world of paper. It was the 1960’s when PPM was first established with offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and Hong Kong. These were a joint venture between Australian Paper Mills (APM) and other regional mills. PPM Singapore later merged with VRG in 2004.

PPM USA was then set up in 1978 followed by PPM Europe with the acquisition of Froehlen-Reddemann GmbH in 2003 and the full name change to PPM Europe in 2015.

During the 2000’s PPM was an integral part of the World’s largest paper Merchant, PaperlinX Pty. Ltd.

APM dates back to the 1800’s with Australia’s first paper mill in 1868 and 3 mills by 1895.

By the 1960’s APM had up to 6 paper mills in Australia and more paper produced than required for the domestic market. So the joint venture with other regional mills was established to open up a network for sales into new regions.

Today there is only one original APM paper mill left in Australia at Maryvale, Victoria. APM is now Australian Paper, a wholly owned entity of Nippon Paper Industries, Japan, since 2009.

PPM’s original enterprise and energy are still in place. Many of the original staff and managers are still working in the business. Instead of AMP paper mills, the hard work and commitment to establish sales around the world was used set up partnerships with other paper mills to help them set up new domestic and export sales channels.
This is still who we are today, paper people.

PPM has a long and rich history in the world of paper. Our oldest office dates back to the 1930’s in Germany trading under the name Fohlen Reddemann. However it was the 1960’s when PPM was first established with offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and Hong Kong. These were a joint venture between Australian Paper Mills (APM) and other regional mills. PPM Singapore later merged with VRG in 2004.

PPM USA was then set up in 1978 followed by PPM Europe with the acquisition of Frohlen Reddemann in 2003 and the full name change to PPM Europe in 2015.

During the 2000’s PPM was an integral part of the World’s largest paper Merchant, PaperlinX Pty. Ltd.

APM dates back to the 1800’s with Australia’s first paper mill in 1868 and 3 mills by 1895.

By the 1960’s APM had up to 6 paper mills in Australia and more paper produced than required for the domestic market. So the joint venture with other regional mills was established to open up a network for sales into new regions.

Today there is only one original APM paper mill left in Australia at Maryvale, Victoria. APM is now Australian Paper, a wholly owned entity of Nippon Paper Industries, Japan, since 2009.

PPM’s original enterprise and energy are still in place. Many of the original staff and managers are still working in the business. Instead of AMP paper mills, the hard work and commitment to establish sales around the world was used set up partnerships with other paper mills to help them set up new domestic and export sales channels. This is still who we are today, paper people.