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M-Real USA Corporation: Double-coated kraftliners

M-Real’s two new double-coated grades, Kemiart Graph+ and Kemiart Lite+, provide POS displays and retail-ready packaging with a smoother and glossier surface, enhancing printability with improved ink laydown, brighter colors and more accurate detail.
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Kemiart Graph+ has been developed for flexo preprint, as well as offset, screen and water-based inkjet printing; Kemiart Lite+ is designed for flexo postprint. They join Kemiart Ultra and Kemiart Brite in a range that offers a suitable linerboard for every application.  The high-quality, sustainable packaging attracts consumers while brand owners appreciate the accurate color reproduction combined with excellent print results.

Made from fresh forest fibers, the M-real Kemiart kraftliner range offers products that provide optimum results for every print technology: flexo pre and postprint, offset, inkjet or screen printing. The fibers have good consistency, enabling smooth running on printing and corrugating lines. The range features light weight, combined with strength and flexibility, so that lower weight grades can be specified, providing both cost and sustainability advantages. All Kemiart products are safe to use with fresh fruits and vegetables, and are frequently specified for processed food, drinks, consumer electronics, DIY and garden tools, glassware, toys, footwear and cut-size paper.
 

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