Victoria Litho, Denmaur And Mark Cavendish Celebrate Tour De France
Friday, July 29, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
When your job needs a sprint finish to the line, there's no better solution than UPM Fine, supplied exclusively in the UK by Denmaur Independent Papers.
Victoria Litho, a Denmaur partner of many years are celebrating their partnership with the supply of UPM Fine for Future Publishing's Procycling Magazine. One of the main features is a superb pull out map of the full Tour de France route for 2011.
Having successfully won the contract, Simon Beard, Victoria Litho's Sales Director proudly stated, "We are absolutely delighted that Future chose Victoria Litho for our mapping expertise and reliability. For press performance and durability, we knew we could rely on UPM Fine 90gsm from Denmaur Independent."
Winning his fifth tour stage along the Champs Elysees, Mark Cavendish, the British sprinter from the Isle of Man, picked up the coveted Green Jersey, denoting his place, as the "king of the sprinters." He is the first British rider ever to achieve this accolade.
In paper terms, Green is associated with being environmentally friendly, and that is quite relevant when is comes to the chosen product, UPM Fine. It has a whole host of its own internationally recognised environmental credentials, such as the FSC certificate, EMAS, ISO14001 and the new European Union Eco Label, and is available in a comprehensive range from 60 to 300gsm.
Peter Sommerville, Group Marketing Director of Denmaur Independent Papers was delighted, commenting, "By chance, as an avid follower of the Tour, and a keen cyclist myself, I have followed Mark Cavendish's performances this year and frankly he has been simply awesome and will no doubt feature well in the 2012 London Olympics."
For samples, mock ups and a copy of the UPM Fine swatch, or for further information on Denmaur Independent Papers and its services, please contact, Andy Bruguier on 01795 426775 or visit www.denmaur.com
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