With sustainability now impacting the sourcing and disposal of products, and the need to make greener choices on the top of a client’s shopping list, Antalis will be supporting the Independent Print Industry Association (IPIA) at The Print Show on 17th – 19th September 2019.
At the NEC in Birmingham, Antalis will show how it can offer solutions across the full spectrum of products and applications and provide advice and guidance to its customers.
On the stand, Antalis will showcase:
- NAUTILUS - Launched in Summer 2019, this is a 100% recycled uncoated paper and board, manufactured by Mondi
- Triaprint – The latest edition to the sustainable range is a 100% recyclable polypropelyne product and an environmentally friendly alternative to foam PVC, foam board and other rigid plastics
- Xanita Board – Xanita board is a sustainably engineered fibreboard; manufactured using fibres recovered from recycled paper products such as cardboard boxes. Xanita board is 100% repulpable, 75% lighter than MDF (making it cheaper and more sustainable to transport and handle) and significantly stronger than honeycomb boards
- Creative papers – For those clients looking for a high class of look and feel, but don’t want to compromise on the environment Antalis’ Keaykolour, Rives and Olin products are available in an array of recycled and textured options
- Green Star Rating – Antalis’ Green Star System is a simple five-star rating system which tells consumers, at-a-glance, the green credentials of the product they are buying to inform their purchasing
- Carbon Balancing with the World Land Trust – by harnessing its relationship with World Land Trust, Antalis can carbon balance all of the paper and paper-based packaging that a customer required.
Mike Bennett, Antalis’ Marketing Manager for Print said, “we’re increasingly seeing clients and end-users with lofty sustainability ambitions, but who lack the knowhow to make the switch to greener alternatives or build a business plan around the impact they have on the environment. We’re here to help. With our products, our expertise and our wider-market contacts we can support them to make sensible decisions without compromising on quality – and would love to talk to visitors to The Print Show about all that and more in September.”