The local forest products company around the world. At home around the world, IFP has become a leader in international trade. 

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Products

Founded in 1972 by Robert Kraft, IFP is a global leader and North America's largest trader of forest products commodities. Primary grades include containerboard, market pulp, recycled fibers, printing & writing papers, paperboard, flexible packaging and a wide variety of logs, lumber and panel products. 

Services

IFP provides solutions for sales and marketing, transportation and logistics, and finance for suppliers and converters in the forest products industry. In addition, we provide expertise as well as professional advice on the technical and legal considerations of a transaction.

IFP works with suppliers and customers as a true business partner, in reality and not just in name, and brings to the boardroom table a distinct advantage over our competitors.

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Worldwide Reach

Headquartered in Foxborough, Massachusetts with subsidiary offices and a network of exclusive sales representatives located around the world.

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Rand-Whitney Container acquires Pennsylvania-based Specialty Finance & Consulting Corporation

Rand-Whitney Container LLC today announced that it has acquired Specialty Finance & Consulting Corporation (SF&C) located in Red Lion, Pennsylvania. Read More

AF&PA launches Think Paper campaign

The American Forest and Paper Association (AFPA) has developed a campaign called Think Paper to directly respond to negative news coverage that is influencing policymaker and consumer perceptions about paper and paper products. Read More