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UPM Raflatac introduces labelstock portfolio for HP Indigo WS6000

September 7, 2010

The range of paper and film labelstocks is offered trimless at 5,000 feet with a minimum width of 13”.

In response to market demand, UPM Raflatac says it has been working with HP to offer a product portfolio suitable for use with the HP Indigo WS6000 digital press. To that end, UPM Raflatac is introducing a renewed digital product range for the Americas which includes several high quality paper and film labelstocks certified for use with the digital press through the HP Indigo Media Certification program. These products also work with the HP Indigo WS2000 press and the WS4000 family of presses.

UPM Raflatac’s roll-to-roll digital labelstocks have a proprietary top-coat, providing excellent liquid ink anchorage and a long shelf life for lasting printability, according to the company, and they are engineered to deliver optimal color saturation and crisp resolution. The entire range is offered trimless at 5,000 feet with a minimum width of 13”, reducing waste and increasing converter productivity.

“UPM Raflatac’s renewed digital product range is proof that we’re dedicated to helping companies succeed with digital printing,” says Patrick Goss, prime business director, UPM Raflatac, Americas. “By offering products certified for the HP Indigo WS6000 digital press, we're ensuring that end users are able to move swiftly to capitalize on emerging marketplace opportunities, differentiating their brands and driving revenues.”

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