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Celerbr8 Solo Occasion’s High Yield Offers Impressive Savings

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Vision Paper and Board are pleased to announce an extension to the Celerbr8 Solo Occasions FSC® board range. Celerbr8 Solo Occasions now starts from just 165gsm (203 microns) and finishes at 260gsm (400 microns) making it the perfect product for greeting cards; high quality flyers; phone cards; business cards; book covers; folders and many digital applications due to it having a fully coated front side and a lightweight coating on the reverse.

Celerbr8 Solo Occasions is the perfect partner for many two-side coated jobs. With its exceptional bulk you can save up to 46% on yield giving large savings on the price per 1000 sheets compared to standard woodfree coated products.

Ian Pentland, Vision Paper and Board’s commercial director, said, ‘We are continually looking at unique products that can bring savings and we have a host of products and services that do this. Many of our customers have bought into the savings that can be had on yield and, by using Celebr8 Solo Occasions, we can offer a cost effective alternative to wood free coated grades.’

Tony Hardy of Tembec UK commented, ‘We are very pleased to be working with Vision Paper and Board as our UK partner.  Their unique service proposition enables them to offer Celebr8 Solo Occasions in standard or bespoke sizes from local reel stocks, thereby reducing delivery times and material costs.  Produced in Canada, FSC certified Celebr8 Solo Occasions has a unique, low density, high bulk construction for strength and rigidity and a yield that can offer extensive savings over competing products.’

 

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