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Grammage

80 – 90 gsm

Quality

This is ideal for printing large quantities of text, producing a relatively light and thin printed document. Usually white or ivory, but can come in bright or pastel colours.

Uses

It can be used in either a white or ivory colour for the inside pages of books and for printing documents or headed paper.

Grammage

130 gsm

Quality

Resistant to ageing, this is great for high-quality colour images and text with matt or gloss finish.

Uses

Glossy magazines, brochures, posters, flyers

Grammage

160 gsm

Quality

A relatively light paperboard, which ensures a pleasant texture and excellent colour rendering.

Uses

Catalogues, presentations, certificates and posters.

Grammage

350 gsm

Quality

Semi-rigid paperboard with excellent strength and durability.

Uses

Business cards, book covers, presentation folders and invitation cards.

Grammage

380 gsm

Quality

Shock and dent proof

Uses

Packaging, rigid book covers and folders, counter displays and product tags.

Tissue

Tissue is a general term for a group of papers which are gauzy in texture and, in some cases, fairly transparent. Tissue products come in many different types:

  • Sanitary grades (toilet, facial, napkin, towels, wipes) – these require softness, strength, and to be lint-free
  • Decorative and laminated tissue papers and crepe papers – these are used in gift wrapping, gentle protection of clothing, for paper decorations and crafts, and need to be vivid in colour, strong and durable

At-Home tissue is purchased by consumers at the supermarket, the convenience store and mass merchandisers for use in our home. They include toilet paper and facial tissue, napkins and paper towels, and other special sanitary papers.

Away-from-Home products serve establishments such as hospitals, restaurants, businesses, institutions, and hygiene supply companies.