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Premier return to PrintWeekLive as headline sponsor

February 2018 - Following a successful appearance at PrintWeekLive in 2017, Premier Paper are once again exhibiting at the forthcoming event, showcasing a wide range of new products and technologies.

Working with GF Smith, Premier will be hosting a seminar on each day focused on the impact that plastics are having on the environment, and what measures can be taken to reduce the problem.  Along with learning about this hot topic, visitors will be able to discover the GF Smith Extract paper range, which is produced using clever ‘CupCycling™’ (the recycling of coffee cups).  The James Cropper initiative takes 90% of the waste from each cup and turns it into FSC certified paper fibre – an innovative way to upcycle and reduce waste.

For eco-conscious visitors, there is also the opportunity to find out more about The Premier Paper Carbon Capture scheme.  Customers (and their clients) can capture the CO2 emissions from their paper purchases by planting native woodland, right here in the UK, through the Woodland Trust and the Woodland Carbon scheme.
For those looking to widen their expertise across the area of digital print technology, visitors will be able to see the latest in wide format print from Roland in action.  Premier will be demonstrating their range of digital media on the Roland TrueVIS VG-640 Inkjet Printer/Cutter.

The Roland TrueVIS VG series is designed for producing a whole host of applications, including; die-cut labels and decals, banners and signs, backlit display and even vehicle wraps, which can all be created using Premier’s range of wide format media.  The TrueVIS series also incorporates the new and highly innovative Bluetooth-enabled Roland DG Mobile Panel, allowing control from a smartphone or tablet.

Premier Paper will be on stand G70.  PrintWeekLive takes place on the 7th-8th March at the Wasps arena in Coventry.

You can register to attend PrintWeekLive at www.printweeklive.com