ExaClair, the UK supplier of Rhodia, Europa, Clairefontaine, Exacompta and Decopatch, has confirmed it will exhibit a wide variety of traditional and social stationery products at this year’s London Stationery Show, on the 25th and 26th April.
Key to ExaClair’s offering will be the new ‘Heritage’ range of notepads from Rhodia. The collection embraces the brand’s signature orange and black roots, with a retro feel. The new collection also looks to build on the brand’s growth, where sales have increased by approximately 50 per cent in the last year.
Kevin Wharton, Marketing Manager at ExaClair said, “all in all, we are very excited to share our line up with this year’s visitors. The ranges are fun, bright and have a wide appeal across the student and young professional and boutique stationery markets.”
Other featured Rhodia sub-brands will include: Rhodiarama, hard-bound leatherette notebooks in a range of bright shades; Rhodia ColoR, colourful cardboard-covered, head-stapled flip-over pads; and Rhodia Softcover, notebooks available in mini, A6, A5 and a very popular, slightly-smaller-than-A4 190 x 250mm size. The range has tactile, lightweight leatherette covers, elastic closures and ribbon markers along with Rhodia’s signature premium 90 GSM paper.
Iderama’s new document wallets will also make their debut at the show. The range has the moisture and tear-resistance qualities of polypropylene, but is manufactured from the more environmentally-friendly and cost effective press-board. Also not-to-be missed will be J Herbin’s range of inks and calligraphy products and Clairefontaine’s new Collections, including coordinated and themed notepads, bags, pens and accessories for young stationery fans.
Also included on ExaClair’s stand will be Europa’s new range of A4 notebooks aimed at students and young professionals.
Kevin added, “the pads include all the features that appeal to this market and are sold at an appropriate price point, but the paper is of a much higher quality than equivalent products on the market.”