Tembec launches whiter shade Kallima FSC Certified Coated Cover paperboard products, says it offers up to 20% savings over competing products
August 29, 2011
– The Tembec Paper Group is proud to announce the official launch of its new, whiter shade Kallima® FSC Certified Coated Cover paperboard products. This latest product enhancement is a result of Tembec's continual investment into its manufacturing processes and facilities, and an unwavering commitment to providing customers with superior quality products.
The upgraded line-up sees Kallima® Coated Cover offered in a new, bluer-white shade while retaining all the physical target properties that deliver its superior printability and reliable runnability. The development of the new, bluer-white shade translates into important additional benefits to commercial print, graphic design and end-user customers ̶ a greater scope of projects and applications; richer, vibrant colors; and superior print gloss performance.
The new, whiter coated cover collection maintains its basis weight advantage and still offers savings of up to 20% over competing products ̶ giving print projects the presence, feel and stiffness at significantly reduced costs. Printability, runnability, savings, and complete creative versatility make Kallima® Coated Cover an ideal choice for a vast range of commercial printing applications, from greeting cards to brochures, magazines, book covers, menus, folders, posters, POP displays and direct mail.
Kallima® C1S, C1S Plus and C2S is available in heatset/web rolls and sheets (cartons and skids), as well as in formats specifically designed for digital presses. Kallima® Coated Cover is fully compatible with post press production effects such as die cutting, UV and aqueous coating, folding, scoring, embossing, debossing and foil stamping. All Kallima® Coated Cover products are FSC certified and are available with 10% recycled content upon request.
Tembec is a large, diversified and integrated forest products company which stands as the global leader in sustainable forest management practices. The Company's principal operations are located in Canada andFrance. Tembec's common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol TMB and warrants under TMB.WT. Additional information on Tembec is available on its website at www.tembec.com.