New Tango for Web Presses C2S Folder from MeadWestvaco Packaging Resources Group
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn. (March 28, 2005) – MeadWestvaco’s Packaging Resources Group announces the availability of a new folder explaining the benefits of Tango Web Grade graphic paperboards. Tango C2S is double blade coated on both sides for side-to-side uniformity, a highly polished shine and a flawless finish from front to back. Tango for web presses offers all the performance, absolute white styling and superior color reproduction that the Tango line of coated cover stocks is known for, while providing the reliability and sturdiness that high-speed web presses demand.
Like the rest of the Tango family, Tango C2S Web features a revolutionary “absolute white” styling. Unlike “blue-white” papers that exhibit shades of blue and red, or “warm-white” papers that contain shades of yellow and green, Tango has no color shading. This absolute whiteness reduces the need for color corrections on press, yielding faster make-ready times while helping printers achieve greater precision in their color reproduction.
Tango’s absolute-white styling delivers an extremely high brightness level without the use of Optical Brightening Agents (OBAs). This results in less fading and more vivid colors to enhance color stability and consistency.
Tango also exhibits the same brightness under different lighting conditions, so difficult color matches from run to run are consistent. Tango is fade resistant, so color fidelity is maintained for printed pieces on shelves.
Printed on 12 pt. Tango C2S, the new Tango C2S Web piece uses brilliant four-color photos in a range of grades and calipers, as well as comparison data and printed sheets to show how Tango outperforms two top competitors.
Suitable for magazine covers, catalog covers, calendars, direct mail, post cards and more, the Tango web line includes C1S and C2S options in 8 pt, 9 pt and 10 pt. grades. For Tango samples, contact your local merchant, call MeadWestvaco at 800.418.0397, or visit www.tangopaper.com.
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