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350 gsmPaper Completes International Paper’s PRO-DESIGN® Range, Made at Saillat Mill, France

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Brussels, Belgium – International Paper, the world’s largest packaging and paper company, is announcing that its full range of PRO-DESIGN, including the popular 350 g/m2 product, is now manufactured in the same acclaimed quality at the Saillat Mill in France. 

PRO-DESIGN is International Paper’s flagship color laser paper for professional printing and preferred by graphic reproduction houses, digital printers and copy centers. Among the paper’s most significant features are its high whiteness 168 CIE quality, as well as its supreme sheet formation and super-smooth surface.

In response to customer needs, and following continuous research and intense product development, the full PRO-DESIGN range is now available from one paper machine at International Paper’s Saillat mill. Making the full range on the same machine offers customers a range of undeniable benefits, including for instance excellent quality consistency across all products and premium stock availability.

PRO-DESIGN is available in A4, A3, SRA3, SRA2, folio sheets and reels. The full range carries FSC® accreditation, as well as the EU Ecolabel, certifying its high environmental performance.

International Paper’s French Saillat mill is one of the world’s best-performing sites in terms of CO2 emissions and the only integrated mill in France making uncoated woodfree papers exclusively from locally sourced wood.

 

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