The K3 digital range, which was introduced just six months ago, in association with Konica Minolta, Canon and HP, comes in a ready-to-use digital size of 12x18-inch and 13x19-inch.
Amit Aggarwal, CEO, Kreative Kagaz & Karton, said, “These digital papers are economical, provide quality of international standards and have good reception to dry as well as liquid toners.”
According to him, the k3 digital papers are under the process of FSC certification.
Apart from the digital paper, Transasia launched another range of uncoated premium black paper and boards under the brand Just Black.
The wide range of papers that Transasia provides include its K series, which is a collection of fine papers with product lines covering text, and cover and surface treated and textured papers.
“Paper is basically my passion and the driving force behind it is Rajesh Kejriwal, CEO, Transasia Fine Papers, who is my mentor for about 25 years now,” Aggarwal added.
Sharing his view on the impact of the Union Budget Aggarwal said, ”Since we belong to a premium segment, the impact of the Budget would be very minimal, in comparison to the regular commodity grades where the impact would be measurable."