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Ariva Introduces New Digital Opaque Sheet

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Ariva, North America's premier source of innovative business communication solutions, today announced the introduction of its new Ariva Digital Opaque paper. Designed specifically for high-volume digital printing, the new sheet combines exceptional brightness and opacity with proven performance on leading digital printing platforms.

Ariva Digital Opaque is an archival, acid-free paper with a brightness of 96 and excellent opacity to prevent show-through. It offers exceptional smoothness for vibrant images and superior runnability.

Certified for use with HP Indigo and other leading digital printing systems, Ariva Digital Opaque offers guaranteed performance on today’s most popular high-volume digital printing platforms, including toner-based systems.

Ariva Digital Opaque is available in Bright White smooth finish, in a variety of sheet sizes, in 50, 60, 70, and 80 lb. text and 65, 80 and 100 lb. cover.

“With the continued growth of digital printing, Ariva is committed to leading the way with innovative solutions for all of our customers’ digital media needs,” said Mark Shaneyfelt, Vice President of Marketing. “The introduction of Ariva Digital Opaque is just another example of this commitment, providing printers with a no-compromise solution that offers exceptional quality and trouble-free performance on their digital printing equipment.”

For more information or a free sample of Ariva Digital Opaque, contact Dan Chadwell, Business Development Manager, at daniel.chadwell@arivanow.com.

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