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UPM Raflatac launches new labelstock line

July 17, 2012

The 60# Raflacoat Pro product range has been designed for use in food, retail and health and beauty labeling.

UPM Raflatac has announced the launch of its new 60# Raflacoat Pro product range for the Americas market. These semi-gloss, paper-faced labelstocks are intended for use in consumer applications such as food, retail and health and beauty labeling, as well as end-uses such as industrial chemical and tire labeling.

According to the company, 60# Raflacoat Pro products are designed to deliver professional performance without compromise, and have a true 60# basis weight. The micro-smooth surface of the facestock ensures trouble-free printing, while its high-bright, high-white appearance lets graphics and lettering shine.
                                                                                                                                       
“UPM Raflatac’s new 60# Raflacoat Pro labelstocks raise the standard in semi-gloss products for printability,” says Patrick Goss, prime business director, Americas, UPM Raflatac. “From our economical Raflacoat grades all the way to our premium, exclusive Raflasilk grade, we're pleased to be able to offer our customers a range of products that deliver quality performance at a compelling value.”

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