UPM Raflatac shows graphics solutions at Fespa

Stand B2-A48 in hall B2

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UPM Raflatac offers high-quality self-adhesive paper and film products including label materials, graphics solutions, and removable self-adhesive products.

UPM Raflatac, a global supplier of innovative and sustainable self-adhesive paper and film products, is showcasing its graphics solutions at Fespa Global Print Expo 2023 in Munich, Germany on 23-26 May. UPM Raflatac is participating in the expo for the first time under the Intercoat by UPM Raflatac brand name, after having acquired the AMC AG and the Intercoat brand in 2022.

At their booth, UPM Raflatac is exhibiting the UPM Raflatac Graphics Solutions, such as their PVC-free Eco Collection, Smart Apply Collection for fast and easy short-term applications, Wonder Tack Collection for surfaces with low surface energy that require a special adhesive technology and advanced solvent free adhesive technology. The company will also exhibit their holistic 360-degree approach to sustainability.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors from all over the world to our booth. As the theme for the expo is “new perspectives”, we want to share our company’s new perspectives to graphics solutions after the acquisition last year. These include for example our advanced solvent free adhesive technology and holistic 360-degree approach to sustainability,” says Bernard Niemöller, Global director, Graphics, Intercoat by UPM Raflatac.

FESPA Global Print Expo takes place at Messe Munich between 23-25 May. Intercoat by UPM Raflatac is at stand B2-A48 in hall B2.

UPM Raflatac offers high-quality self-adhesive paper and film products including label materials, graphics solutions and removable self-adhesive products. It operates 12 factories and delivers sustainable and innovative products through its global network of distribution terminals.

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