CTI Paper USA rolls out Aspire Petallics for seasonal print

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CTI Paper USA (Sun Prairie, Wisconsin), one of North America’s leading suppliers of premium printing papers and envelopes, is spotlighting the luxury of its Aspire Petallics brand of metallic and pearlescent text and cover papers for the 2020-21 holidays and other seasonal print. The papers (cut-size, digital, folio and matching envelopes) are ideal for both digital and offset printing. Its specially engineered surface contains the mineral mica. The products are fully stocked at CTI’s Neenah, Wisconsin distribution centre and at paper distributors across Canada and the U.S. Graphic arts professionals can obtain free sample packs. Aspire Petallics is available in 18 colours including Pure Gold, Pure Silver, Champagne and Ice. The line is offered in multiple sizes between the cutsize, folio, and all the digital special sizes – including special sizing for HP Indigo presses, from 80 lb. text to 110 lb. cover. Matching envelopes in 13 sizes are available from A2 to 8.5” square. Offset/laser/dry-toner cut-size, digital and folio options are also available.

Aspire Petallics is engineered for high performance on:

  • Production-rated digital presses and copiers
  • Dry toner-based laser printers and office copiers
  • HP Indigo, Kodak NexPress and Konica Minolta Bizhub AccurioPresses
  • Offset presses
  • Inkjet equipment

“Aspire Petallics Metallic & Pearlescent Text & Cover Papers are a sustainable, responsible choice for holiday and seasonal printing,” said John Kelly, President of CTI Paper USA. He noted the products are carbon neutral, chlorine-free, acid and lignin-free, as well as recyclable. Select products contain 30% PCW and nearly every product in the line is FSC-certified. Aspire Petallics adds sophistication and shimmer to high-profile digital and offset-printed projects. The metallic and pearlescent papers also deliver impact and elegance.

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