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HP drives continued momentum for ColorLok paper adoption worldwide

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Palo Alto, Calif. – HP today announced that JK Paper Ltd., the largest cut-size paper manufacturer in India, has committed to supporting the ColorLok paper standard, demonstrating continued progress made by the paper industry to provide a higher-quality printing experience.

Through their commitment, JK Paper will raise the availability of ColorLok papers in India to 40 percent of the market. Furthermore, with the addition of JK Paper, the ColorLok standard will soon be supported by ten Paper Companies producing paper for worldwide use, signalling continued global momentum for the program since it was announced at Paperworld 2008.

"JK Paper Ltd. is proud to adopt ColorLok technology in our paper," said A.K. Ghosh, vice president of sales, JK Paper. "Our company produces high-value paper, and this commitment continues our history of innovation while improving the printing experience for our customers."

Delivering high quality paper technology worldwide

By incorporating ColorLok papers into their product line, companies can offer their customers papers that print with more vivid colors and bolder blacks, faster drying time and optimal results on all printers and copiers.

The recent application of ColorLok technology to recycled papers now enables the same no-compromise, quality printing as many non-recycled papers. Additionally, plain papers with ColorLok (with or without recycled content) deliver bright colors and crisp black text that won't show through on two-sided prints, allowing companies to offer paper-saving options to meet their customers' environmental concerns.

 

 

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