Walden-Mott is a leading information provider to the pulp, paper,
packaging, printing and janitorial / sanitary
industries. The business is comprised of traditional
print publications and online portals which provide
customers with current news, data and analysis as well
as archived information.
Walden-Mott provides many marketing opportunities for
companies in the industry and ones wishing to enter
the market place. Whether it is a print advertisement
or an online marketing campaign, Walden can
successfully deliver your message to the marketplace.
Walden-Motts largest industry portal is Pulp and
, which can be found at
. This website was established
in 1995 and is one of the pioneers in providing a
comprehensive information package to individuals who
wish to stay on top of what is happening in their
industry. Through a global network of content
providers Pulpandpaper.net remains a leader in
providing information to the industry.
Waldens ABC Guide
, started in 1885, remains
today as one of our flagship products still serving
the same purpose of coordinating information between
manufactures, converters, brokers, distributors and
end users. Waldens ABC Guide is the leading directory
of information with the most comprehensive product
listing known as the Classified Section where the
industry learns Who does what. See more
Each company listing has information on corporate
headquarters, mills, plants, sales offices and
warehouses, furnishing names, addresses and telephone
numbers and other pertinent information.
Waldens Paper Catalog
is the industrys most
complete resource for information on commercial
printing and writing papers. It is used by printers,
publishers, graphic artists, government agencies,
brokers and distributors to compare, locate and
specify fine papers. Brands are listed alphabetically
and by classification of paper. Paper distributors are
listed geographically to help printers source from a
History of Walden-Mott Corporation
The story of Walden-Mott Corporation begins in 1884 - over a hundred years ago.
Charles Carroll Walden, the founder, ventured forth to
start his own company with the establishment of a
monthly magazine known as the United States
Paper-Maker. He had worked for Lockwood Publishing
Company, which was formally known as Miller Freeman.
Charles hired his father, Thomas Walden, who also
worked for Lockwood. Completely dedicated to the paper
industry, they laid the foundation for 132 years of
publishing. The fifth generation, Alfred F Walden and
Charles F Walden currently run the company.