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Wausau Expands Digital Offering with New Sizes in Royal Product Line

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

WAUSAU, Wisc. – Wausau Paper today announced new size offerings in its popular Royal Linen, Royal Fiber, and Royal Resource grade lines. The new 12 x 18 text and 18 x 12 cover sizes are available in a variety of white and neutral shades and weight selections for each grade.
 
"The addition of the 12 x 18 text and 18 x 12 cover in the Royal line's most popular grades, weights and colors gives customers access to a wider range of digital offerings for their print and design needs," said Andrea Alstad, manager of strategic markets, print & color, for Wausau Paper.  "Customers can now enjoy greater flexibility when working with their favorite lines of paper."
 
These Royal Linen, Fiber and Resource offerings are laser and inkjet guaranteed, as well as acid- and lignin-free for great quality that does not deteriorate. Confirming Wausau Paper's commitment to providing sustainable printing solutions, Royal Linen, Fiber and Resource are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified, and all colors except 'brilliant white' are Green Seal certified to contain product from well-managed forests. Wausau Paper is also a SmartWay Transport Partner, demonstrating the company's effort to reduce the carbon emissions of its shipping and distribution activities. SmartWaySM, an innovative brand launched by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), represents environmentally cleaner, more fuel efficient transportation options.
 
For more information on Royal Linen, Fiber and Resource grade lines from Wausau Paper, visit www.wausaupaper.com.

 

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