UPM Raflatac to present its ProLiner PP30 release liner, Thin Range at Labelexpo Asia; product is 20% thinner than traditional lines

TAMPERE, Finland , November 29, 2011 (press release) – Under the theme “Take the label to the limit” at this year’s Labelexpo Asia, UPM Raflatac is proudly presenting the revolutionary ProLiner PP30 release liner and the Thin Range for the Asia-Pacific market.

At the expo, UPM Raflatac is highlighting the potential of self-adhesive labelling and introducing thinner, high performance materials that meet the strictest requirements for aesthetics and functionality.

“Our goal is to push the boundaries of how and where labels are used,” says Jukka Pekka Haapanen, Vice President of UPM Raflatac Asia Pacific. “These latest materials give customers more variety and choice while enabling cost-efficient, sustainable solutions.”

ProLiner PP30 an industry game-changer for paper label faces

UPM Raflatac’s Thin Range offers improved efficiency throughout the label printing and dispensing processes – in food, retail, logistics, beverage and home and personal care labelling.

ProLiner PP30 is a good example, delivering improved profitability thanks to faster press speeds, improved press efficiency with less downtime and the opportunity to generate income from the waste liner.

At 20% thinner than traditional liners, ProLiner also gives label printers equivalent savings in packaging material, warehouse space and transport costs. Rolls can be as long as 6000 running meters, translating into cost savings both in conversion and dispensing.

UPM Raflatac is exhibiting on stand G18 in Hall E2.

For more information on the printing, packing, logistical and recycling benefits of ProLiner PP30, watch the multimedia presentation at www.upmraflatac.com/proliner.

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