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Creaset: Paper for Labels and Flexible Packaging

Monday, March 02, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Lecta presents its Creaset Endless Possibilities line of one-side coated papers specially designed for labels and flexible packaging applications  

This product range offers new grades for the food industry, FMCG* and the beverage sector such as Creaset HWS and Creaset LWS papers, high and low wet-strength, also available in embossed. The line is suitable for water, beer and returnable packaging in general. For applications that require greater resistance and thickness, we recommend the high grammages within the Creaset High Gloss grade.   

The new Creaset Bags grade has been designed for shopping bags with high break and burst resistance, while Creaset RG has been specifically developed for rotogravure printing on thermoform dessert packaging.      

The new Creaset line is defined by two main application segments: 

Labels: 

- Standard food and beverage labels and packaging

- Facestock and release liner for pressure-sensitive labels  

Flexible packaging: 

- Yoghurt banderoles and thermoform packaging

- Shopping bags

- Packaging and liners of cigarette soft packs

The new Creaset catalog features samples of each product and details of their applications. 

The entire Creaset range of products is manufactured with ECF woodfree pulp and can be requested with PEFC™ and FSC® certification, thereby guaranteeing the sustainable sourcing of the wood. 

Please visit www.torraspapel.com for further information on the Creaset line and other Lecta products.   

* Fast Moving Consumer Goods

 

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