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UPM Raflatac launches new Menu Service

July 10, 2012

North American customers can now create over 1,500 different product combinations.

UPM Raflatac has announced the launch of its new Menu Service for labelstock converters located in the US, Canada and Mexico. Customers can now assemble several of UPM Raflatac’s standard facestocks, adhesives and liners to create over 1,500 different product combinations, putting variety and flexibility on the menu. UPM Raflatac’s Menu Service enables customers to design custom roll-to-roll labelstocks for specific applications and end uses, allowing them to meet a greater range of business requirements.

Customers can select product components and request sample sheets and price quotes for their orders through UPM Raflatac’s Sales Team. Menu Service products are coated-to-order, ready to ship within 10 business days.
“UPM Raflatac’s Menu Service empowers labelstock converters in a new way,” says Jean-Marc Borel, specials business director, Americas, UPM Raflatac. “Instead of retrofitting standard products to meet their needs, customers can design special labelstocks that solve their unique business challenges and deliver exceptional quality and performance.”

The company’s new Menu Service complements its recently launched Small Roll Service and new Label Solutions Center in Fletcher, NC, USA, and allows UPM Raflatac to continue to offer customers a wider range of specially designed labelstock products.

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