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Appleton Coated Introduces U1X:Green

Monday, January 09, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Bold, bright, powerful automobiles provide the imagery that invites print and creative professionals to take a look under the hood and fine-tune their projects to achieve both economical and environmental goals. The newest edition of PrintUtopia, the paper-centric educational series fromAppleton Coated, kicks the tires on these topics and features U1X:Green from the Utopia brand of coated printing papers.

U1X:Green's extra-bright, extra-blue shade and ultra-smooth surface maximizes the contrast to make images seem to zoom off the page. 

"Optimal smoothness and brightness can shift printed projects into high gear, driving them to communicate as clearly as they should. The smoother the sheet, the higher the gloss levels. The brighter the paper, the better the sparkle," explains Ferkó Goldinger, advertising and promotion manager. "Like a good mechanic, we want to share which parts and practices matter most, and will go the distance for winning results."

Like a muscle car with the soul of a hybrid, U1X:Green posts some of the greenest credentials in the category. It was the first coated paper certified by theForest Stewardship Council™, contains a minimum of 20% post-consumer fiber and is manufactured with Green Power, electricity provided from renewable energy sources. 

Online, the "Utopia Green Zone," offers an easy, interactive format to compare up to four product choices and calculate the environmental savings.

To request the new PrintUtopia or other information on U1X:Green, please visitUtopiaPaper.com and click on "Order Samples."


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