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Vision Paper and Board enhances Calisto Hi Bulk range

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

West Midlands-based merchant and convertor Vision Paper and Board, part of the Middleton Paper Group, has enhanced the Calisto Hi Bulk range by adding new grammages and sizes. In addition they have invested in a greater depth of stockholding across the range to meet increased demand from customers. 

Calisto Hi Bulk is now stocked in a comprehensive range of grammages from 80g/m2 through to 350g/m2 and in a wide range of sizes. Bespoke sizes are also available ex-mill.

Calisto Hi Bulk offers exceptional press performance. Due to its outstanding high opacity, bulk and stiffness, Calisto Hi Bulk offers dramatic savings when compared to standard products. For example you can use Calisto Hi Bulk Gloss 120g/m2 as opposed to a traditional 130g/m2. If you were printing 100,000 sheets in a size of 720x1020mm you would achieve a cost saving of around £50 per tonne, compared to the standard grade.

Ian Pentland, Commercial Director said, ‘With current price increases in the woodfree coated sector of it is even more essential to be able to find savings on products without compromising on quality. Calisto High Bulk has a unique set of grammages as well as the standard grammages that you would expect. Special weights include 110; 120; 125 and 145gsm all allowing you to save money whilst achieving the required bulk.’

Calisto Hi Bulk is made entirely from ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) pulp and carries PEFC™ accreditation.

 

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