Antalis has introduced NAUTILUS Uncoated to its portfolio of environmental papers. Manufactured by Mondi, the 100 per cent recycled paper and board is in stock and ready for order now.
NAUTILUS is available in two grades – NAUTILUS SuperWhite and NAUTILUS Classic – in a wide range of paper and board weights and cut and folio sheet sizes.
NAUTILUS SuperWhite is a premium ecological paper containing 100 per cent post-consumer recycled paper. It has a high environmental profile with FSC recycled, EU Ecolabel certification and a CO2 neutral option.
NAUTILUS Classic combines the authentic recycled paper shade with the stringent Blue Angel environmental profile. This 100 per cent recycled paper is optimised for trouble-free printing and copying.
Susana Marambio, Head of Channel for Papers at Antalis said, “we have taken the decision to source and stock this grade following customer feedback and the identified need for a consistent uncoated recycled grade in cut and folio sizes. Our new range of NAUTILUS Uncoated papers will give customers a reliable option for when a 100 per cent recycled grade is required. It is part of our portfolio of eco-responsible options for customers, giving the choice of fresh fibre, recycled and carbon balanced options to meet their individual preferences and client requirements. As Europe’s leading distributor of paper, Antalis is ideally positioned to help advise customers on all aspects of eco-responsible products and relevant solutions.”
NAUTILUS Uncoated is part of Antalis’ carbon programme with a carbon balanced option available for a small, additional cost, enabling users to offset the unavoidable carbon emission of their paper use.
Carbon balance is achieved through the preservation of ecologically important standing forests under threat of clearance, locking in carbon that would otherwise be released. By purchasing carbon balanced papers customers are helping to support the work of the World Land Trust, an international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant habitats.