Yet another advance for Incada
An improved uniformity of surface appearance, higher brightness and improved stiffness. That’s in essence the latest upgrade to the folding box board Incada which Iggesund Paperboard recently has launched.
“This isn’t a dramatic change but rather another step in our programme for continuous improvement,” explains Guy Mallinson, Director of Sales at Iggesund Paperboard. “We’ve taken yet another development step with Incada which we feel is completely in line with market demands.”
Incada was launched in 2001 and rapidly gained a strong foothold in both the graphics and packaging markets sectors in Europe. The folding box board has undergone gradual improvement over time as a result of investments at Iggesund’s mill at Workington, where it is made.
“Now we’re taking a slightly bigger step by making a subtle change to the hue and combining it with improved stiffness,” Mallinson says. The changes affect both the reverse side coated Incada Silk as well as our standard folding box board Incada Exel....