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Arjobex substrates now sold direct to converters

July 19, 2005

Arjobex substrates now sold direct to converters
Arjobex, the Charlotte-based manufacturer of Polyart synthetic paper, is making its non-pressure sensitive product available direct to narrow web converters. Until now, the substrate had been available only through distributors.
The product is manufactured in a range of weights, and can be shipped in as little as 48 hours. Water-resistant synthetic papers are used for a variety of applications, including food labels, luggage tags, children’s toy labels, bar code labels, and horticultural and law tags.
More information is available by visiting www.polyart.com.
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