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New look for Torraspapel's Termax Thermal Papers

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

POS, LABEL OR TICKET? Which thermal paper do you need?  

Torraspapel's thermal paper, manufactured at its Leitza (Spain) mill for more than 20 years, renews its image and adapts to the needs of the market.  

In order to better respond to the demands of a constantly-changing market and make it easier for customers to choose the ideal paper for specific needs, Torraspapel has redefined its thermal paper range and proposed new product names better oriented toward each market segment.  

Termax products offer excellent image quality, guaranteeing impeccable definition for bar codes, and provide different levels of durability and sensitivity in their final application. In addition, Torrapapel's thermal paper products are available with PEFC and FSC Chain of Custody forest management certifications and comply with ISO 14001 and EMAS environmental management standards.      

Discover the new Termax brochure, which, now more than ever, will help you find the product that best suits your needs.    

With a total production capacity of more than 1.1 million metric tons, Torraspapel, part of the Lecta Group, produces pulp, coated and uncoated paper, base paper and specialty paper such as metallized, carbonless, thermal, cast-coated and self-adhesive products. It has invested heavily in its seven Spanish manufacturing sites, each of which specializes in specific product lines, with a high level of integration and technological know-how, thereby ensuring enhanced product knowledge, superior product quality and excellent environmental positioning.

For more information about the new Termax, visit the products section at www.torraspapel.com, where you can obtain complete and up-to-date information on our thermal paper product line.

 

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