UPM Raflatac’s sustainable sticky notes at Insights-X stationery expo

Nuremberg, Germany – 11-14 October 2023

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At its stand A-09 in Hall 11.0, UPM Raflatac is introducing its new UPM Notes product range.

UPM Raflatac, a global supplier of self-adhesive paper and film products, is showcasing its more sustainable sticky notes products at the Insights-X stationery expo in Nuremberg, Germany from 11-14 October 2023. UPM Raflatac is participating in the expo under the Global Notes by UPM Raflatac brand name after acquiring the AMC AG and the Global Notes brand in 2022.

At its stand A-09 in Hall 11.0, UPM Raflatac is introducing its new UPM Notes product range. UPM Notes offers a selection of different colorful sticky note pads and cubes made from FSC-certified (FSC C003094) paper. To eliminate the use of unnecessary plastic, the notes are wrapped in transparent FSC-certified plastic-free paper, making the packaging renewable, recyclable, and significantly lighter when compared to traditional cardboard packaging. UPM Raflatac is the first in the market to offer an innovative beyond fossils alternative for packaging sticky notes.

In addition, the company is exhibiting Nature Notes made of recycled paper. The Nature Notes assortment consists of sticky notes and page markers in yellow and soft pastel colors. The notes are attractively packed in cardboard packaging made of recycled material.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors from all over the world to our booth. We are excited to share our company’s new perspectives on removable self-adhesive products after the acquisition last year. As we continue to develop our sustainability and circular economy concepts, we can offer our customers even more sustainable and innovative products,” says Ville Pollari, business director, Global Notes & Print Inform, UPM Raflatac.

Insights-X is a leading international trade fair for paper and office supplies, stationery, school accessories and bags in Nuremberg.

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