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GPA Adds New Specialty Substrates to Wide Format Offering

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, Ill. – GPA, the market leader in substrate solutions for digital, wide format, and offset printing, announces the addition of five product families to their wide format offering. These new specialty synthetics and photo papers continue to show GPA’s dedication to their customers, and will assist in expanding the range of profitable solutions they can offer their own clients. 

With this latest collection of unique substrates, graphic arts professionals can create even more attractive graphics that allow their client’s messages to take center stage. It includes materials for creating brilliant lightbox displays, easy-install window graphics, opaque display graphics, resilient signage, and large photo prints. They are ideal for industries ranging from retail, restaurants, boutiques, automotive, corporate, schools and higher education, government, and more.

Each of these items is easy to work with, both in the pressroom and in its end-use environment. Whether it’s superior durability, dimensional stability, extreme opacity, or quick drying properties, these materials offer the confidence that projects will perform and look their best. The new collection includes: 

  • GPA Polyester Backlit Film
  • GPA Low Tack Window Film
  • GPA Blockout Display Film
  • GPA Polycarbonate Film
  • GPA Photo Papers

GPA currently offers these materials in 100' roll lengths, in widths from 36" to 60". For more information or to request sample sheets, contact GPA Customer Support at 800-395-9000 or info@askgpa.com.



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