(UPM, Augsburg, 23 February 2015, 10:00 CET) - UPM has launched a new, comprehensive paper range for digital printing. Covering the widest possible range of digital end-user applications, UPM Digi papers come in a variety of tailored categories designed to fit a specific purpose and press. Enabling users to take full advantage of the possibilities of digital printing, UPM Digi papers are available in both wood-free uncoated (WFU) and wood-free coated (WFC) options, and in a wide spectrum of basis weights ranging from 80 to 350 g/m².
New quality for high-speed inkjet printing
“As part of the new UPM Digi paper family, we introduce UPM Digi Fine jet − a new quality designed for high-speed inkjet printing. UPM Digi Fine jet offers fast ink absorption, low bleeding, high smoothness and outstanding water-fastness. It is especially suitable for advertising materials, inserts, supplements, statements and other official documents,” says Product Portfolio Manager Ansgar Reiners.
UPM converts UPM Digi papers to suit virtually any finishing requirement. The service includes optimisation of format, reel width, sheet size and packaging type.
UPM’s environmental approach
All UPM Digi papers fulfil the strict criteria of leading environmental labels. This enables our customers to use these labels in their own products and services.
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The latest information and specifications of all UPM papers can be found in our Online Paper Catalogue at www.upmpaper.com/papers or its mobile version: m.upmpaper.com.
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