Antalis records podcasts on choosing substrates

Antalis UK has launched a series of podcasts to help print service providers select a substrate that best fits their needs. These online discussions will include topics such as new innovations in digital papers, markets, colour management and new developments in small format digital. Customers can also suggest topics that they would like to be covered by ‘Asking the Experts’ via the Digital2Business online community.

The first in the podcast series finds experts Giles Bristow, Digital Support Manager and Chris Green, Sign & Display specialist at Antalis UK discussing the importance of environmental responsibility within substrate selection, a particularly topical issue given the increase in landfill tax for non-recyclable materials. They outline the issues affecting retailers today in terms of their corporate social responsibility, highlighting the potential cost benefits of choosing a biodegradable product in terms of a reduction in landfill costs and the potential of selling recyclable products, as well as outlining some of the new substrates that offer solutions to meet both their POS and CSR requirements.

To listen to the podcasts and for further inspiration and advice, please visit or send a tweet to @antalis_d2b.







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