About Paper360

About Paper360°

Reaching more than 32,000 industry professionals around the world, Paper360° is the leading publication for the global pulp and paper industry.

Paper360° is a bi-monthly publication dedicated to exploring the links within the pulp and paper industry: from forest resource to finished product; from superintendent to CEO; around the industry, around the world. As TAPPI’s official member magazine, Paper360° draws on the technical and management expertise of TAPPI and PIMA. In 2016, Paper360° merged with RISI’s PPI Magazine and now includes exclusive PPI content not available anywhere else.

In addition to print, Paper360° is available in a fully interactive digital version and distributed to nearly 20,000 industry professionals. Viewers can virtually flip through the pages, forward articles of interest to colleagues and click on ads to be directed to those companies.

Editorial Team

Jan Bottiglieri

Editorial Director, Paper360°

Jan Bottiglieri has a long history with pulp and paper publishing beginning in 1988 as an Assistant Editor at PIMA Magazine and later with PIMA’s Papermaker and Solutions! magazine. She has visited and reported on paper mills, packaging plants, and manufacturing facilities in North America, Finland, Sweden, Japan, Germany and China, and recently was lead writer for TAPPI’s 100-year commemorative book, Celebrating a Century of Achievement. Contact Jan at [email protected].

Monica Shaw

Editorial Director, TAPPI Journal

Monica has more than 20 years of professional writing experience, with 11 years in b2b publishing as an editor with Pulp & Paper magazine and contributing editor with Tissue World and PPI magazines. Before that she was an analyst in the aerospace industry, as well as a technical writer in charge of documenting database software and industrial controller products.

Mark Rushton

Senior Editor, Europe and Asia; Editor, Tissue360°

Brought up and schooled in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Rushton moved with his family to the south of England in 1977. He trained as a journeyman printer and eventually set up a family printing business with his father; he visited his first paper mill as a customer. When he decided to pursue a career in writing, Rushton landed a post as a journalist on Paper Europe and Paper Equipment & Materials magazines. He later helped launch three new magazines: Print & Paper Monthly, Digital Printer and Papermaking & Logistics. In 2008, Mark joined RISI as the freelance editor of PPI.