Stiffness characteristics in relation to grammage make Incada Exel particularly suitable for large machine erected packages.
A fully coated white-back folding box board that gives excellent results in both solid print and half tone illustrations. Incada Silk is also ideal for high print and varnish gloss.
Made by back-to-back pasting and with an extreme strength, toughness and thickness Incada Duo is especially suitable for display purposes and various types of rigid, exclusive gift packs.
Foil and film laminates are used on paperboard to provide protection against wet or aggressive products and to provide a barrier against moisture loss and gas transfer.
The Incada family of product is ideal for book covers, greeting cards and packaging of food, cosmetics, chocolates, electronics and pharmaceuticals.
Incada has been chosen as the packaging material for a brand new product line from Iceland, the UK’s leading supermarket chain for frozen foods.
Plastic coatings are used on paperboard to give a protection against wet or aggressive products and to provide a barrier against moisture loss and gas transfer.
By managing our own forest and through structured purchasing process we are able to take care from seed to paperboard, a cycle up to 100 years long.
All Incada products are manufactured at our Workington mill, UK, which since 2013 has been carbon neutral, powered 100% on bio-energy.
Designer: J.G. Niederegger GmbH & Co. KG, Germany. Material: Incada Silk. Techniques: Printing, die-cutting and gluing.
Mäurer & Wirtz is a German manufacturer of personal care products and perfumes. Packaging made of Incada Duo.
Paperboard is a promising material for airline food packaging – it has low weight, can be barrier coated, and can be finished to the required level of elegance and quality feel.
For the football World Cup Taittinger has created an elegant gift carton made of Incada from Iggesund Paperboard and decorated with holographic footballs.
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