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Sappi Fine Paper Europe is delighted to announce its position as Education Partner for EcoPrint 2012 (Berlin, 26 – 27 September 2012), the world’s first exhibition and event 100% focused on sustainable print business.
Printers from the Sappi Trading region have again achieved outstanding results in 2012 Sappi Trading Printers of the Year awards. They won ten out of eleven gold awards with additional twenty silver and twenty-nine bronze awards! This means that Sappi Trading stands a very good chance of once again bringing home Elephant-trophies from the Sappi International Printers of the Year awards.
Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced the 2012 judging panel for its Ideas that Matter competition - an annual, innovative grant program that provides monetary support to produce the creative ideas of designers working for social good
Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced the 10 gold winners of its 15th North American Printers of the Year awards for 2011-2012
Commenting on the results, Sappi Chief Executive Officer Ralph Boëttger said: “The improving trend in operating performance continued in the quarter, with the European and North American businesses in particular showing good improvement. The group achieved a net profit for the period of US$58 million...
The wealth of packaging possibilities offered by Fusion, Sappi’s most recent portfolio addition, will be highlighted at drupa 2012. Designed for lamination to corrugated board, the premium-quality, high bright, white liner, delivers greater shelf shout helping brands ensure their products stand out from the competition.
In the light of further, sustained increases in raw materials, energy and transport costs, Sappi Fine Paper Europe has reviewed current margins for its Graphic Woodfree papers and will raise its prices where they have become unsustainable.
Sappi Fine Paper Europe embraces new technology for a multi-dimensional reading experience in latest edition of What’s Next Magazine Language and communication are core to the Spring 2012 edition of Sappi Fine Paper Europe’s What’s Next Magazine, designed to show how paper and printing techniques can add value to publications. Layar, a new smart phone based technology that adds a new dimension to printed content will be used for the first time in the magazine, and insights into multilingualism and language choice will be shared with readers.
Featured in a wide range of packaging, commercial print and publication applications At drupa 2012, a significant amount of emphasis is being placed on innovations in printing technologies across the board, ranging from digital to offset, flexo and gravure.
Open for Orders – HP and Sappi Fine Paper Europe combine forces to produce Jaz™ silk; digital coated paper for high speed inkjet web digital printing