The Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) machines that produce the premium paperboard utilize the same amount of pulpwood in the production process to create a longer sheet. “It’s not only the environment that benefits, but customers as well. The higher yield presents a substantial built-in cost advantage – up to 10% more product when compared to competitors,” said APP. Zenith Hi-Brite, for printing and finishing solutions within the packaging sector, has a 94 blue-white brightness that allows for crisp graphics and sharp colour print quality for images and visuals. It also features multiple point and size options.
“A combination of outstanding printability, cost-savings and quick-turn capability is what our customers are demanding and what Zenith Hi-Brite delivers,” said David Chin-Bing, President of APP Canada. “This is a premium paperboard is fast becoming a differentiator in the marketplace.”
Zenith Hi-Brite is already used in packaging, converting and commercial printing in a wide array of applications including consumer products, health and beauty, pharmaceutical, direct mail, brochures, magazine inserts, soft-cover books and magazines, playing cards and games, calendars and POP/POS.