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UPM Expands Improved Newsprint Offering into Austria

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The local presence and supply reliability of UPM Paper ENA’s (Germany) improved newsprint offering will now be further strengthened by expanding regular production of the UPM Brite family to the UPM in Austria.

"We already have wide geographical coverage in Germany, France, and Finland, but the latest product development initiatives enable us to increase and strengthen our local presence in Central Europe and to improve our service promises to customers nearby," said Matthias Reh, product portfolio director at UPM Paper ENA. "Extended print runs at various coldset customers have proven a maximum of interchangeability between our local mills in Central Europe. We have been able to match the same standards of quality and are now offering the complete range of high-performance papers for coldset end use from Austria as well."
 
The UPM Brite family offers a unique selection of choices in terms of brightness, bulk, and basis weight. It offers a high performance platform for various printed products on coldset web offset machines. The UPM Brite family also meets the most demanding sustainability requirements. The paper is made of a combination of recycled and fresh fiber and it carries the EU Ecolabel, guiding consumers who want to buy environmentally sound products. 
 
UPM Brite papers are available in up to 80 brightness levels. 
 
UPM produces newsprint and improved newsprint at its six newsprint mills located in Austria, Germany, France, Finland, and the U.K.
 
UPM Paper ENA (Europe and North America) is a global producer of graphic papers, offering an extensive product range for advertising and publishing as well as home and office uses. With headquarters in Germany, UPM Paper ENA employs approximately 8,000 people. 

 

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