«Bumazhnik»

Bumazhnik newspaper is the oldest corporate title in the pulp and paper industry of Russia.

The history of the Plant’s periodicals started on 1 June 1936, four years before the start of the Plant itself, when the first issue of Arkhbumstroy newspaper "Za stakhanovskuyu stroyku" ("For break-through construction") was published. During the Great Patriotic War, "Information Leaflet" was issued, reporting the latest frontline news to the workers and villagers.

After the Great Patriotic War a new stage for APPM press began. On April 7, 1946, the readers received "Bumazhnik" newspaper. Its editor was Fedor Korzhavin, a former construction worker, a war veteran and a Hero of the Soviet Union.

Since then, the looks of the newspaper and its staff has changed repeatedly, but one thing remained unchanged: thousands of subscribers received their weekly copies of Bumazhnik to read about the people, daily production routines and plans for the future.

If one decided to gather all the materials prepared by the corporate newspaper journalists during the years of its existence, it would be an encyclopedia of APPM and Novodvinsk history. In 2010 , when APPM celebrated its 70-th anniversary, a book written by the editorial staff of "Bumazhnik" and devoted to the destiny of APPM and its personnel was published. It was named "Through the Boundaries of Time".

The history of the Plant’s periodicals started on 1 June 1936, four years before the start of the Plant itself, when the first issue of Arkhbumstroy newspaper "Za stakhanovskuyu stroyku" ("For break-through construction") was published. During the Great Patriotic War, "Information Leaflet" was issued, reporting the latest frontline news to the workers and villagers.

After the Great Patriotic War a new stage for APPM press began. On April 7, 1946, the readers received "Bumazhnik" newspaper. Its editor was Fedor Korzhavin, a former construction worker, a war veteran and a Hero of the Soviet Union.

Since then, the looks of the newspaper and its staff has changed repeatedly, but one thing remained unchanged: thousands of subscribers received their weekly copies of Bumazhnik to read about the people, daily production routines and plans for the future.

If one decided to gather all the materials prepared by the corporate newspaper journalists during the years of its existence, it would be an encyclopedia of APPM and Novodvinsk history. In 2010 , when APPM celebrated its 70-th anniversary, a book written by the editorial staff of "Bumazhnik" and devoted to the destiny of APPM and its personnel was published. It was named "Through the Boundaries of Time".