Paper is thin material used for writing upon, printing upon or packaging, produced by the amalgamation of fibres, typically vegetable fibres composed of cellulose, which are subsequently held together by hydrogen bonding. While the fibres used are usually natural in origin, a wide variety of synthetic fibres, such as polypropylene and polyethylene, may be incorporated into paper as a way of imparting desirable physical properties. The most common source of these kinds of fibres is wood pulp from pulpwood trees. Vegetable fibre materials such as cotton, hemp, linen, and rice are also used.
Stationery is a general name given to papers and other office supplies such as envelopes, notepads, pens, pencils, erasers, paper clips, staplesr, folders etc. The term stationery is frequently used to refer more specifically to paper used for written correspondence, usually decorated or personalized with matching envelopes.
Stationery products includes - writing instruments such as plastic ball pens, metal pens & pencils, wooden pens, permanent and white board markers, highlighters; art material such as wax crayons, hexagonal & plastic crayons, oil pastel, water color cakes & tubes, poster colors, paint brushes, activity books, drawing books; staple pin, staplers & punches; paper products such as hard case books, arabic/french ruling books, note pad, exercise book tracing pad, ruling pad, refilling pad, sketch pad, drawing pad, copier paper/fluorescent paper, adding machine rolls, composition books; adhesive - office paste, glue stick, wood glue, synthetic adhesives; banking office automation products such as currency counting machine, currency banding machine, counterfeit detector machine, cheque encoder, security digital electronic/swipe card safe.
Stationery products are very important because we cannot complete any work without them in school, college or office.