Explorer Paper now available from Premier

Premier has announced the addition of the Explorer range to its cut size paper offering. Explorer is an ‘A grade’ paper, produced by the Navigator Company using FSC certified eucalyptus globulus fibres, a natural, auto-regenerative resource.

The use of eucalyptus globulus fibres ensures the combination of thicker cell walls and more fibres per weight unit, creating Explorer’s trademark sheet formation.

Explorer is one of the whitest papers on the market, its optimised thickness and stiffness offer great printing definition and print performance whilst its smooth surface means that toner and ink consumption is reduced significantly. The Explorer paper range has been specially developed for use on inkjet, laser and copier printers.

Matt Fisher, Premier’s Sales Director for Office Papers said, “We are delighted to announce the addition of the Explorer range to our product offering. Explorer is a well-established, well-recognised brand across Europe that has a big visual impact and a strong branding identity.

“Explorer is a top-performing cut size paper that delivers reliable, high-quality results time and again.”

Throughout its network of nationwide branches, Premier offer a choice of over 5,500 product items. Explorer is available in A4 and A3 across a choice of weights, from 75gsm through to 120gsm; exclusively in the UK from Premier’s nationwide network of branches.

Company Details

PREMIER PAPER GROUP

Midpoint Park
Kingsbury Road
MINWORTH
B76 1AF
UNITED KINGDOM

0121 313 1115

www.paper.co.uk

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