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Intec Building Strong Relationship with Antalis Paper

Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Antalis Digigreen has been included in the latest Intec media sample book.

“We have extended the range of the Antalis McNaughton offering after they developed a new digital laser paper,” says Terri Winstanley, Head of Marketing and PR for Intec Printing Solutions Limited.

Exclusively distributed by Antalis McNaughton; Digigreen is claimed to be ‘the first 100 per cent digital, 100 per cent green paper for the digital printing market, developed specifically for best-of-breed digital printing technologies and applications’.

It complies with the most stringent environmental regulations including 100 per cent FSC Mix Credit certification, European Ecolabel and NAPM 50 per cent Recycled certification (minimum 50 per cent post- consumer fibres). Antalis McNaughton says the paper provides “exceptional printing quality with all colour, black and white, liquid or dry toner digital technologies thanks to its smooth, uniform surface and excellent ink adhesion. It also delivers superior whiteness, perfect sheet formation, excellent bulk and first-rate opacity”.

Claro Silk and Gloss Satin are also included in the new Intec media book. Claro Silk combines excellent printability with high levels of bulk and stiffness. This ensures fast and consistent runnability and excellent folding and converting characteristics. Claro Silk also balances high levels of whiteness with good opacity. It is available in a huge range of sizes in 13 substances from 90gsm to 400gsm.

Claro Gloss is the same type of media but with a gloss finish rather than a silk one. It is available in a huge range of sizes in 13 substances from 90gsm to 400gsm.

Prior to being owned by Sequana, Antalis was the distribution division of the Arjo Wiggins Appleton Group, itself the result of the 1990 merger of Arjomari and Wiggins Teape. Today it has a 2.8bn Euro annual turnover and operations in 51 countries. It employs 6,900 employees, which serve over 230,000 customers around the world. It dispatches 30,000 orders each day in Europe.

For more information visit: www.antalis.com


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