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Arowiggins launches label made from 100% recyclable materials

Arowiggins launches label made from 100% recyclable materials
August 27
10:33 2012

Paper manufacturer Arjowiggins has launched a label made from 100% recyclable materials for the packaging paper market

t claims to be the first firm to launch this label made from recycled papers.

Maine 1 Face Natural was developed by Arjowiggins Graphic in response to customer demand for a 100% recycled high quality label with a natural shade.

In a statement, the firm said: “Developed specifically for the labelling and packaging markets Maine 1 Face Natural has a high bulk for excellent machinability, a one-side satin coating that ensures brilliant print quality and is suitable for food contact. Maine 1 Face Natural is available in sheets and reels in 75gsm and 80gsm.”

Julian Long, national key accounts manager at Arjowiggins Graphic said: “Maine 1 Face Natural allows companies to put fully-recycled labels on the products that end up in the hands of their customers – something that should not be underestimated.

“The natural shade of the label bolsters the product by providing a visual impact that further communicates sustainability. Being developed specifically for this market and using the best technology possible has allowed us to produce the definitive recycled labelling product.”

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