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Lecta Launches a New Metalvac Sample Collection

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Complete, up-to-date information on Lecta’s metallized papers in an original swatchbook format consisting of three catalogs, each tailored to a specific end-use. 

Metalvac, Lecta’s high-vacuum metallized paper, launches a sample collection with a completely new graphic line based on functionality, elegance and, of course, the metallized product itself.        

The new collection comes in a metallized box containing 3 catalogs, one for each of Metalvac’s main applications:

  • Wet-glue Labels: labels for beer and beverages.
  • Pressure-sensitive Labels: papers designed for self-adhesive facestock. 
  • Tobacco & Packaging Range: inner-liners for cigarette packets, gift-wrap paper, wrappers for chocolate and food products in general. 

The folders, available in Spanish, English and French, contain general information about the range, specific information about each end-use as well as technical specifications and samples of the products in different colors and finishes. 

The Metalvac line of metallized papers is 100% recyclable, available in either a smooth finish or with different types of embossing. It is especially suited to the labeling of recyclable containers, performing extremely well during automatic bottle washing lines.  

All of Lecta’s metallized paper holds PEFC™ and FSC® chain-of-custody forest certification and is manufactured in accordance with ISO 9001 quality standards, ISO 14001 environmental management standards and ISO 50001 energy-efficiency standards. 

For further details, please visit www.torraspapel.com, where you can request your swatchbook and find full, updated information on all of Torraspapel’s product lines.  


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