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Unilustre®

The 100% recyclable, plastic-free, repulpable metallized paper
and board that specifiers prefer

Unilustre® is our proprietary paper and board substrate that delivers visual impact of foil and film laminates with
none of the environmental or production challenges. Unilustre® lets designers and packaging specifiers create the impactful, dynamic designs that dazzle the eye and grab consumer’s attention. From a production standpoint, Unilustre® prints, scores and folds as easily as paper.

Specified by many of today’s top global brands, Unilustre® papers and boards are ideal for cosmetic, personal care, beverage, confection, and retail goods packaging. It makes point-of-purchase and specialty printing come to life.

Non-laminated, plastic-free and solvent-free Unilustre® is recyclable and repulpable*, and can be made from post-consumer waste. It satisfies consumer-product-goods companies’ sustainability initiatives — its materials contribute to source reduction, use less energy and fewer materials compared with alternative products, are less expensive to ship, and can significantly reduce a company’s carbon footprint.

Unilustre®is available in metallic silver, stock and custom holographic patterns and with advanced holographic security options. It can be applied in-register to the substrate through our proprietary process. With the addition of color and embossing, your design options are truly endless.

Unilustre® can be applied to a variety of paperboard substrates so it’s perfect for all product packaging categories. Our Unilustre® DI coating is approved for use with HP Indigo and is compatible with most major digital printers.

*Studies conducted at the Institute of Paper Science & Technology in Atlanta, and at a major manufacturer of recycled paperboard have confirmed the repulpability of Unilustre® (reports and data are available upon request).

We are the world’s leading specialty converter of paper board, synthetic paper, film, foil and metallized and holographic substrates