Mohawk and Arjowiggins team up

Mohawk, a US manufacturer of fine papers, has partnered with Arjowiggins Creative Papers with the two paper manufacturers sharing best-in-class manufacturing capabilities, facilities, technologies, sales and marketing resources and expertise. As part of this Mohawk has granted Arjowiggins Creative Papers exclusive rights to manufacture its Superfine paper and to use its proprietary i-Tone treatment for digital printing.

Antalis, which is part of the Arjowiggins Group, will be able to distribute a range of substrates with i-Tone treatment suitable for use with HP Indigo Digital presses. This will be demonstrated at the Dscoop HP user event held in Dublin today.

Xavier Jouvet, Group Marketing & Purchasing Director at Antalis International, says: “The superior print quality of papers treated with i-Tone, more particularly the impressive image sharpness and consistent tone quality, are two must-haves for digital printing applications such as photo albums.”


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