[Cohoes, NY] — Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. has announced that it will now be producing the entire Mohawk Color Copy line with windpower. Previously, Mohawk Color Copy 100% Recycled was produced with wind energy. Now Mohawk Color Copy 98 and Mohawk Color Copy Premium and Gloss have been added to Mohawk's ever expanding Windpower Portfolio.
Mohawk's commitment to innovation and technology continually raises the bar in the digital paper arena. Mohawk's fastest-selling line of color copy papers featuring Mohawk's unique patented Digital-Imaging Surface offers printers the papers they need for any type of digital imaging equipment for any possible application.
Mohawk's dedication to maintaining the best digital imaging product is evident. This year alone, Mohawk has met the demands of the market with product innovations like:
- Heavier: Mohawk Color Copy 100 Cover
- Brighter: Mohawk Color Copy 98
- Sustainable: Mohawk Color Copy made with windpower
According to a recent CAP Ventures forecast, one of the more explosive markets is the full color digital printer paper segment which is projected to see a 43% growth rate by 2007. This growth rate is driven by the reduction in prices and the increased speed and functionality of the equipment. “In this type of fast moving market, it is increasingly important to supply not only the best possible product but to also constantly explore ways to further improve that product,” says Chris Harrold, director, business development, digital papers. “Producing the entire Mohawk Color Copy line with wind is just one more expansion for this brand that meets demands while supporting corporate end-use initiatives.
Windpower Portfolio Overview
The Mohawk Windpower Portfolio includes:
Strathmore Writing System
Mohawk Options 100% PCW
Mohawk Options 30% PCW
Mohawk Color Copy 100% Recycled
Mohawk Color Copy Premium
Mohawk Color Copy 98
Mohawk Color Copy Gloss
For more information, please visit www.mohawkpaper.com or call 1-800 THE MILL.
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