Arconvert introduces Immaculate Papers to North America

Arconvert's Immaculate Papers Line.
Arconvert’s Immaculate Papers Line.

Arconvert, a global manufacturer of self-adhesive papers and films with production facilities in Italy, Brazil and Spain and a converting and distribution center in Cerritos, California, has announced that Immaculate Papers, a collection of 100% grease-proof, self-adhesive papers by Manter, are now available in North America. The papers enhance a product’s appearance with elegant textures, shades and finishes while protecting labels from oily stains that can detract from the product’s image. These adhesive papers are the first of their kind, said Arconvert U.S. “No other label selection combines these distinctive visual and tactile features while repelling oils.” The Immaculate Papers collection features seven “sophisticated” papers paired with a grease-proof treatment that serves as a functional barrier against oils and vegetable fats. Originally designed for labeling olive oil products, their popularity is growing with other edible oils, oil-based cosmetics and beauty products. They also have the ability to “elevate any packaging application to luxury packaging status” – which reinforces brand integrity and strengthens appeal.

“It’s my privilege to introduce Immaculate Papers to the North American market,” said Darren Headland, Vice President of Sales at Arconvert U.S. “Their popularity in Europe, Latin America and other regions across the globe speaks for itself. Our international customers, printers and end-users all tell us they love these materials for the same reason – they add undeniable luxury while maintaining their integrity around oily substances. There really is no comparison to other products…’s something that needs to be seen and experienced first-hand.” Immaculate Papers are compatible with roll-fed HP Indigo presses with inline priming, as well as flexographic and rotary offset presses. However, print trials are recommended for optimum results. Available in master roll widths of 39.37 inches, they can be slit to order and are available in minimums as low as 834 linear feet.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.