Sona to bring Arjowiggins’ Keaykolour range of specialty papers to India

By 15 Mar 2019

Fine papers specialist, Sona Papers, will soon be adding Arjowiggins Creative Papers’ iconic colour paper range Keaykolour in its basket of specialty papers, to be made available in India.

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Keaykolour’s uncoated virgin pulp papers and boards offer a palette of 48 halftone colours in nine harmonised families

New Delhi-based Sona Papers is one of the largest suppliers of luxury fine papers in India.

The uncoated virgin pulp papers and high rigidity boards are divided into nine harmonised families, to complement their refined, natural texture. Keaykolour will be available in 48 half-tones colour paper range.

According to Raju Suneja, Director, Sona papers, colour has the power to influence, attract and engage. “When creative designers select paper, the colour of the substrate plays a key role in paper selection. Keaykolour paper collection from Arjowiggins Creative Papers is going to be a game changer for premium printing and luxury packaging.” 

Keaykolour papers will be available in two grammages – 120gsm and 300gsm and will include five 100% recycled stocks and a range of natural and geometric embossed patterns.


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