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Premier Paper Supports Junior Rugby with Magno Promotion

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

The Premier Paper Group, the UK’s largest independent paper merchant with a nationwide network of regional stock holding branches, has announced that it is running a rugby themed promotion for purchasers of its Magno range of coated paper products, with loads of fantastic rugby related prizes being given away. These include; match tickets, official international team shirts and Gilbert match balls, as well as the chance for a customer’s local junior/youth team to receive a team kit. 

The Magno promotion will be run by Premier during September and October, for customers who purchase products from the Magno coated papers range. The Magno paper range has been produced for over 20 years by Sappi, the world’s leading coated fine paper producer, and is one of the world’s leading brands of coated fine paper, having established itself over the past 20 years as one of the most tried and trusted papers in the UK.

Premier Paper stocks the Magno range in two excellent finishes. Magno Satin, which has a rich, smooth and silky finish, providing a sophisticated touch; along with Magno Gloss, which has a superb gloss surface finish that gives a radiant colour intensity sharp contrasts and extraordinary print detail.

Magno consistently delivers outstanding print results each and every time and is the paper of choice for printers the world over. Its consistent quality allows presses to be run at optimal speeds without problems, minimising machine down time. Magno’s fast drying qualities also allow jobs to be turned around quickly.

The Magno range is also FSC® certified and can be Carbon Captured through Premier Paper, combining Magno’s unsurpassable and reliable on-press performance with excellent environmental credentials. 

The Premier Paper Group has a wide range of weights and sizes available from each of their branches in the UK, ready for either a next or same day delivery.

Commenting on the announcement of the Magno promotion, Premier Paper Group Marketing Director David Jones stated; “Quality, performance and consistency are the attributes that will enable the winning team to lift the Webb Ellis Cup in October; the same qualities that have kept Magno as the world’s most trusted coated paper for over twenty years. The rugby themed Magno promotion runs during September and October. We will be offering official rugby shirts and match balls as well as Magno branded rugby balls as promotional items; but probably the most exciting element of the promotion is that we will be supporting junior/youth rugby with the Magno promotion. Our top Magno customers will be invited to nominate a local junior or youth team to receive a team kit courtesy of Premier and the Magno promotion.”

The Premier Paper Group is the UK’s leading independent paper merchant and through its business divisions and nationwide branch network, offers a great choice of products and services.

Premier Paper has 30,000 tonnes of paper held throughout its branch network, offering some 5,500 different product items, from many of the world’s leading paper manufacturers, including the UK market’s widest selection of media for digital printing.

The Premier sales teams are equipped with specialist knowledge and extensive experience, and offer customers a first class service and a high level of guidance and advice on an extensive choice of quality products.

For further information about the Magno product range available from The Premier Paper Group, Email magno@paper.co.uk or Visit www.paper.co.uk


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