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Konica Minolta Certifies CTI Paper USA

Monday, March 24, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Premium Brands KROMEKOTE® & Aspire Petallics® obtain prestigious certification

SUN PRAIRIE, Wisconsin - CTI Paper USA is pleased to announce that two of its’ premium brands KROMEKOTE and Aspire Petallics have been certified by KONICA MINOLTA. These important brands have been certified for performance on the new, recently introduced Konica Minolta C1070 which features the use of fourth generation Konica Minolta’s Simitri HDE toner.

“In today’s evolving markets; printers, agencies and brand specifiers require their paper selections to confidently perform in a wide variety of print applications – we are delighted to provide a Konica Minolta certified output solution to our customers for these important brands” stated John Kelly, president and co-owner of CTI PAPER USA. 

The KROMEKOTE brand achieved certification for a wide variety of items including C1S 10, 12 & 14 pt. along with C2S 10 & 12 pt. while Aspire Petallics has been certified in an array of basis weights in both text and cover including all colors. Certified weights include 80 & 81 lb. text items as well as 98, 105 & 110 lb. cover items. Both KROMEKOTE and Aspire Petallics are offered in a variety of sizes including popular 8.5 x 11, 17 x 11, and 18 x 12.

“It is certainly an honor to have KROMEKOTE and Aspire Petallics be the only cast coated and metallic/pearlescent products currently certified by KONICA MINOLTA for the C1070. Kelly said, “We remain strongly committed to investing in the development of digital based solutions for our customers.”

 

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