STEVENS POINT, Wis., April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NewPage Corporation (NewPage), a leading supplier of specialty papers, today launched a second edition of its [email protected] Brief series titled, C1S or C2S. Finding the best label paper solution. This new [email protected] Brief explores the primary differences between coated one side (C1S) and coated two side (C2S) papers when used for the labeling of cans, jars and plastic containers; a product labeling format utilized extensively by food and beverage companies around the world.
"Label printers and brand owners are faced with balancing operational efficiencies, print performance and cost savings when it comes to labeling products," said Jim Sheibley, NewPage director of business and product development for specialty papers. "Many times, label paper selection is called into question as a means to balance this equation. Our [email protected] Brief provides an in-depth analysis of the most critical label paper attributes that will help customers optimize their label paper performance in production and on the shelf."
[email protected] is an ongoing series of briefings from NewPage detailing a spectrum of important topics impacting the world of specialty papers.
About NewPage NewPage is a leading producer of printing and specialty papers in North America with $3.1 billion in net sales for the year ended December 31, 2013. NewPage is headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, and owns paper mills in Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. These mills have a total annual production capacity of approximately 3.5 million tons of paper.
The company's portfolio of paper products includes coated, supercalendered and specialty papers. These papers are used in commercial printing to create corporate collateral, magazines, catalogs, books, coupons, inserts and direct mail as well as in specialty paper applications including beverage bottle labels, food and medical packaging, pressure-sensitive labels and release liners.To learn more, visit www.NewPageCorp.com.