Sona will distribute Arjowiggins Creative Papers ranges Conqueror, Curious Collection and Rives in the Indian market.
With its roots in both England and France, Arjowiggins, now owned by French pulp and paper company Worms & Cie, is one of the world’s leading manufacturer of paper products. Arjowiggins Creative Papers has been making fine papers aimed at enhancing creative ideas since 1770.
Speaking on the occasion, Sanjay Suneja, managing director, Sona Papers, said the Arjowiggins papers will fulfill the creative aspirations of both design and print.
“At Sona Papers, we want to create a revolution that wraps the world with ideas and imagination. As a merchant of fine papers, we have retained the title of pioneers in the industry which holds strong with our associations with the world’s leading paper mills,” he said, adding, “To add to the diversity and the superior edge of our product portfolio, we have associated with a company whose legacy is exceptional.”
Well known the world over, Arjowiggins Creative Papers offer endless possibilities for graphic communication.
“From annual reports to individual cards, from brochures to luxury packaging, Arjowiggins’s prestigious creative paper ranges offer endless possibilities to showcase graphic communication. With broad choices of colour, finishes, textures and weight, it is very much compatible with all kind of printing and post-printing applications. All the creative papers are FSC-certified,” Suneja said.
Jonathan Mitchel, managing director, Arjowiggins Creative Papers, said as the world’s largest creative paper brand, Arjowiggins respects creativity. “Being a global brand, we are delighted to in India,” he said, adding that Arjowiggins papers are beautiful, consistent in quality and offers designers and printers endless possibilities to shape their creativity. He urged Indian designers to unleash their creativity through Arjowiggins papers.
Suneja said printability of Arjowiggins papers is perfect both for offset and digital printing. “The papers can also be processed with special techniques, such as embossing, hot foil stamping, or silk screening,” he added.
Started in a small stall in Delhi’s Chawri Bazar, the traditional hub of paper trading in the capital, by Amarnath Suneja, Sona Papers is celebrating its 50th year this year. The company’s other flagship brands include Gruppo Cordenons SpA, Italy; Lenzing Paper, Austria and Hansol Paper, South Korea.