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Lecta Welcomes in 2016 with its New Calendar
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Lecta Welcomes in 2016 with its New Calendar

1/11/2016 12:00 AM

​​​​From Japan to the United States, with a stop at Brazil's Carnival and Germany's "Oktoberfest", Lecta welcomes in 2016 with twelve images full of optimism and color, giving us a glimpse into popular celebrations from across the world and allowing us to share the joy of celebrating the New Year together.  

Fortunes floating on strips of paper in the wind, flowers, garlands, dances, costumes and music are just a few of the festive, eye-catching customs captured on our journey to twelve different holiday destinations.

CreatorSilk and GardaMatt Art​ papers, especially designed for the most demanding commercial and publishing printing, were used for this year's calendar. Thanks to their smooth finish and extraordinarily bright appearance, tones are enhanced and the full-color image print results are outstanding.   

The photographs in the new calendar are available as screensavers that can be downloaded free of charge on the Lecta website.

Lecta is a leading European manufacturer and distributor of specialty paper for labels and flexible packaging​, coated paper for publishing and commercial printing, and other high value-added print media. With an extensive range of innovative, environmentally friendly products for a wide variety of end uses, Lecta is one of the foremost suppliers of paper solutions worldwide.

All of Lecta's manufacturing sites are certified to the strictest environmental standards – ISO 14001 and EMAS – and hold PEFC™ and FSC® chain of custody certificates, thereby guaranteeing sustainably sourced wood and pulp raw materials. Furthermore, all Lecta sites have successfully completed audits for ISO 50001 energy efficiency, ISO 9001 quality and OHSAS 18001 occupational health and safety certification.

 

 

Lecta Reduces Energy Consumption at Its Mills by 60% with New Lighting<p>​​​​​​​​​​​​</p><p> <strong>In keeping with its environmental objective of optimizing energy consumption.</strong></p><p>In accordance with its firm environmental commitment in carrying out its manufacturing operations, Lecta has updated the lighting installations at its Zaragoza, Sant Joan les Fonts and Motril mills in Spain. This energy efficiency project carried out in cooperation with Spanish energy and renewables company Acciona entailed substituting all the lighting at plant facilities, replacing conventional lighting with new LED installations. </p><p>This first phase is part of an overall energy plan that aims to optimize energy management at Lecta's five mills in Spain.</p><p>Before implementing the projects defined within the plan, most of which are currently being developed, several audits and an exhaustive analysis of the current situation at each mill were carried out. </p><p>After a year and a half, positive results have already been achieved by implementing the initial projects such as this one, that has allowed for a significant energy and lighting maintenance savings. In all, Lecta has reduced its energy consumption by more than 60%, while preventing annual emissions of 500 tons of CO<sub>2</sub> into the atmosphere. </p><p>It is worth noting that, as a result of this project, Lecta is in strict compliance with light pollution requirements, ahead of the new European regulation already in place in several Autonomous Communities in Spain. Moreover, by updating the lighting at these mills, the company also complies with industry regulations regarding lighting for food industry customers.</p><p>For further details on Lecta's commitment as a responsible company, please visit <a href="/en">www.lecta.com</a>.</p><div> <br> </div><div>​<br></div> <br>11/18/2020 6:00:00 PMhttps://www.lecta.com/en/news/Pages/Lecta-Reduces-Energy-Consumption-at-Its-Mills-by-60-percent-with-New-Lighting.aspxLecta Reduces Energy Consumption at Its Mills by 60% with New Lighting
Alain Gaudré Appointed New Lecta CFO<p>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​</p><p><strong>Lecta has appointed Alain Gaudré as Lecta CFO. Starting on October 26<sup>th</sup>, he will be reporting to Eduardo Querol, Lecta CEO. Alain Gaudré will also be appointed as an additional member to the Board of Directors of Lecta Ltd.</strong></p><p>Alain Gaudré has been working as CFO across different industries, including the automotive and packaging industries, and is experienced within both the international and industrial environments.</p><p>Eduardo Querol stated "I am very pleased to welcome Alain to Lecta. His background and broad experience will bring added value to our team".</p><p>Alain Gaudré holds a degree from Sup de Co Reims Business School and an International Finance Masters from IHFI.</p><div> <br> </div><div>​<br></div> <br>10/29/2020 9:00:00 AMhttps://www.lecta.com/en/news/Pages/Alain-Gaudre-Appointed-New-Lecta-CFO.aspxAlain Gaudré Appointed New Lecta CFO