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MM Topliner stocks increased at Vision Paper and Board

Monday, March 23, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Due to ever-increasing demands Vision Paper and Board, part of the Middleton Paper group, have significantly increased stocks of MM Topliner.

MM Topliner is a coated liner designed for high quality offset printing. It is manufactured by industry leader Mayr Melnhof. The new stock range is held in four substances – 180; 210; 230 and 250gsm. (220; 240; 260 and 280 microns). MM Topliner has a triple coated bright gloss front and the reverse is treated to facilitate lamination. Its excellent opacity, superb surface smoothness and brilliant whiteness ensures exceptional print results and colour brilliance. It is guaranteed for litho lamination.

Vision Paper and Board’s 24/48 hour bespoke sheeting service, for as little as 500kgs of material, has added to the demand for this popular product.

MM Topliner is FSC® certified. PEFC™ and Halal certifications are available on request.

Danny Toland, Vision Paper and Board’s board sales manager said, ‘MM Topliner has been a successful addition to our portfolio with sales exceeding both our expectations and those of the mill. We have ambitious growth plans for 2015 with increased capacity coming on stream due to our brand new fourth sheeter. We will be able to offer sizes from 300 x 310mm right the way up to 1850 x 2200mm.’

‘The appointment of Vision Paper and Board in 2014 has exceeded our expectations’, stated Graham Wallder, Mayr Melnhof UK Sales Manager. ‘With more than 90% of the litholam sector needing bespoke sheet sizes, customers can now access our sheet within days in exactly the format they need.’


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