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New from Zanders: Zanjet Coated Inkjet Papers for High-Speed Inkjet

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

Zanders has announced the official launch of Zanjet, a coated inkjet paper available in a Gloss and Silk finish. Paper is Forest Stewardship Certified and will be available in 61#, 70#, 78#, 88#, 101# text and 7pt & 9pt cover. The Zanjet product line will be supported with inventory and cutter reels in the US for immediate turn. Trial reels will be available to ship in January, the full range being available in February. All Zanders products are made in Germany and widely distributed in North America. The website zanders.com provides detailed information about specifications, certificates and sample orders.

Zanjet is a coated two side inkjet paper available for high speed commercial inkjet printing. Designed in cooperation with HP Inc. for use on the HP PageWide Web Presses, Zanjet meets strict ColorPRO Technology standards to offer optimized print performance, deliver superior quality, outstanding picture reproduction with maximum densities and pin-sharp detail at full press speeds. Zanjet can be utilized in small print-runs for premium promotional materials at comparatively low unit prices. Suitable applications include: full color brochures, direct mail campaigns, transpromotional materials, softcovers, and books.

"Zanjet is an affordable coated inkjet solution, designed to be priced competitively with other domestic options. Thanks to powerful logistics, Zanjet will be widely available in the US as we expand our service platform”, explains Amy Ambos (amy.ambos@zanders.com), Sales Manager for Digital Inkjet Papers, who heads Zanjet Sales in the US. Ambos has nearly 30 years of experience in the paper industry. Most recently as Product Manager at Appleton Coated LLC and was responsible for the successful launch of web inkjet papers.

 

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