MAX International Converters, Inc. specializes in manufacturing paper rolls and associated products used in print mechanisms for the POS, ATM, Kiosk, Wagering, Data Terminals and other self-service devices. MAX International started out as Clampitt Paper Company, founded by Max Clampitt in 1943 in Dallas, TX. The original products were teletype and adding machine paper serving major airlines, news agencies and distributors. Further expansion into cash register rolls provided additional revenue growth, allowing additional machinery for the manufacturing of new forms of business paper for new business machines: pin-fed multicopy fanfold computer paper. In 1992, the company headquartered in Lancaster, PA, became independent from the parent company and was renamed MAX International Converters, Inc. The name change reflected the ever-expanding marketplace for MAX International manufactured products in Canada, Mexico, South America, Asia, and Europe. Today, women-owned MAX International is recognized within the industry as a premier manufacturer of paper products with a total commitment to customer service, quality and ingenuity.
MAXStick® and the Solar Impulse Foundation
To address environmental challenges while enabling economic growth, Bertrand Piccard launched, through the Solar Impulse Foundation, the challenge of selecting 1000 profitable solutions to protect the environment in order to convince decision-makers in governments and businesses to achieve their environmental targets and adopt more ambitious energy policies, which are necessary to pull these solutions to market. Out of more than 70,000 entries submitted worldwide, MAX International’s MAXStick® Linerfree Labels were selected following a strict selection process performed by external independent experts.
The aim of the Solar Impulse Foundation is to accelerate the transition to a carbon-free and sustainable economy, and MAX International is proud to have been chosen to be part of that transition.