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Appleton Coated Expands Pharmaceutical Insert Offering with Introduction of High Bright Product Line

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Combined Locks, Wis. –  Appleton Coated is expanding its Pharmaceutical Insert (PI) Opaque offering with the introduction of a new High Bright product. PI Opaque High Bright is designed and manufactured specifically for high-speed production of pharmaceutical insert and onsert projects in both traditional offset and high-speed web inkjet platforms.
The line includes products for dye-based and pigment-based web inkjet platforms as well as with ColorPRO® technology for the HP® T-series platforms. 
“Our customers have asked for market-leading brightness on our PI product, and Appleton Coated has delivered,” says John Mazuroski, Appleton Coated’s business development manager for technical and specialty products. He continues, “We have the technical and manufacturing expertise to bring these products to market quickly. Both the standard and high bright Pharma Insert Opaque product lines deliver unsurpassed converting and gluing on all types of equipment and are providing customers with the exceptional finished products they desire.”
Mazuroski continues, “Building on our strong position in high-strength thin papers, our customers are telling us that having a higher brightness PI product for both offset and highspeed web inkjet is an innovative solution that adds value to their operations. It also allows them to pursue new market opportunities utilizing new technologies.”
Appleton Coated Pharma Insert Opaque High Bright is available in 24-, 26-, 27-, 30-, 35-, and 40-pound basis weights in rolls and sheets for offset and rolls only for web inkjet. Acid free, enhanced elemental chlorine-free (EECF) and pH neutral, it may be ordered with postconsumer recovered fiber (PCRF), as FSC® certified (FSC® C007796); SFI® certified; PEFC® certified and with Green-e® certified Green Power.For all grades that carry the Green Power designation, 100% of the electricity used to manufacture these products is matched with renewable energy credits (RECs) from Green-e certified energy sources, primarily wind.


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