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Lecta at the Frankfurt Book Fair

9/1/2014 12:00 AM

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"Our Paper, Your Books" is Lecta's theme for the show, where it will present its extensive line of papers especially designed for the publishing industry

Lecta will participate in this year's edition of the Frankfurt Book Fair, the largest event for the publishing industry worldwide, to be held in Frankfurt, Germany from October 8 to October 12, 2014.

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience Lecta's wide range of coated and uncoated papers for publishers firsthand. A new book from Cartiere del Garda's "A better project" (www.abetterproject.it) collection, "Shades", will also be available. In it, images printed on a variety of Lecta papers make it easy to appreciate the different print results, thus simplifying the choice of the most suitable paper for a given publication.

Lecta's most recent launch, its new high-bulk (1.0) matt coated paper GardaMatt Ultra, has been specifically designed to meet the the publishing industry's most demanding needs and will be prominently featured at Lecta's stand.

Lecta is one of the largest international manufacturers of coated woodfree paper (CWF) and a European leader in the specialty paper market. It is made up of three companies with a long tradition in their home markets: Cartiere del Garda in Italy, Condat in France and Torraspapel in Spain.

Don't miss the opportunity to discover the group's extensive line of high-quality papers specifically tailored for publishers' needs: GardaMatt Art, G​ardaMatt Ultra, GardaPat 13 KLASSICA, GardaPat 13 KIARA, GardaPat 13 BIANKA, Condat matt Périgord and Coral Book.

All of Lecta's coated and uncoated papers are manufactured to ISO 9001 quality standards, ISO 14001 and EMAS environmental standards, and ISO 50001 energy management standards. They are also available with PEFCTM and FSC® Chain of Custody forest certifications.​

We look forward to seeing you at the "Frankfurt Book Fair,"pavilion 4.0stand D76, October 8-12. "Our Paper, Your Books".​

 

 

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