Paper is an office basic. You need it for printers and photocopiers, for handwritten notes and memos, and for sketching out drafts and scribbles. It’s a blank canvas for creatives, a clean desk for bureaucrats, a key component for engineers and for the rest of us it’s pretty useful too.
With a decent stock of paper in your office you can print out important documents for archiving, send hard copy letters and invoices for record keeping, and ponder your drafted important emails before you send them. But it’s not all work, work, work. You can have fun with paper too.
You can pin it to the notice board to advertise the office party in bright neon letters, use it to wedge the rocky leg of a table so you can take your coffee break in peace, fold it up to make a paper aeroplane, and finally screw it into a ball when you’ve finished, disposing of it in the recycling bin via a wall mounted basket ball hoop - if you like. What other office resource is quite so versatile? Try having that much fun with a photocopier! On second thoughts...
We can supply paper in large volumes for discounted bulk purchases. That way you can keep all your paper-hungry equipment fully stocked, along with the shelves of your store cupboard. It makes sense not to have to stop work because you’re on your last few sheets.