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GPA Announces Ultra Green Film For Digital Presses

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL (November 18, 2008)  As the demand for environmental integrity grows, GPA takes pride in announcing their answer to an eco-friendly substrate for HP Indigo digital presses: Ultra Green Film 100% Tree-Free Paper.

Unlike traditional paper, Ultra Green is manufactured without the use of trees, water or toxic agents including bleaching chemicals. The Extreva coating ensures beautifully consistent color reproduction, fewer torn blankets, and an unlimited unprinted shelf life. And since it bears RIT certification, it is guaranteed to perform flawlessly on HP Indigo digital presses.
The result is an environmentally responsible substrate that offers unrivaled visual quality, press performance and environmental impact. Different from pulp papers, it has no grain resulting in a smooth surface that promotes high color saturation and resolution. This unique substrate combines the printability and converting characteristics of paper with the durability of plastic in one amazing substrate.

Ultra Green Film 100% Tree Free Paper is naturally resistant to scuffing, water, grease and oily substances, making it ideal for outdoor applications. Due to its distinctive characteristics, it is also resistant to ultra violet rays, therefore it will not yellow or become brittle in the sun. 

GPA's Ultra Green Film 100% Tree Free Paper is an earth friendly, energy efficient, acid-free and 100% tree-free paper that is superior in performance, appearance, and aesthetics over traditional papers.

For more information, samples of Ultra Green Film 100% Tree Free Paper or to request copies of GPA's product catalog, visit www.askgpa.com or contact GPA Customer Service at 800-395-9000.




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