Sona Papers confirms support to the PrintWeek India Awards

Sona Papers, the fine paper, paper, recycled paper and dry grey boards specialist has confirmed that it will continue its partnering with PrintWeek India for its flagship event – the PrintWeek India Awards. Following the confirmation, Sona Paper will sponsor the PrintWeek India Fine Art Printer of the Year Award as well as be the Paper partner.

13 Jun 2017 | By Priya Raju

Raju Suneja, director at Sona Papers, said, “In recent times, India has seen a greater acceptance of specialty paper in corporate collaterals. Our specialty papers give the designers the freedom to play with creativity and produce print collateral that is on par with international quality.”

Suneja added, “PrintWeek India Awards recognises and promotes excellence in print, and our association over the years has strengthened our mission “to be the preferred partner in print collateral”, thereby increasing the brand value and brand association in the market.”

Sona Paper was established in 1966, with the vision to be at the forefront of every creative revolution. Over the years, the company has enriched its product portfolio. At present, it includes super premium fine papers, bulk fine papers, 100% recycled papers and technologically advanced dry grey board.

Suneja said, “Our partner mill always believe in creating innovative and creative papers that are technically and financially acceptable to Indian print industry. We have been getting tremendous amount of support and encouragement from the print industries and same has been reciprocated from our end also.”

Sona Papers’ association with Cordenons super premium fine papers from Italy, Lenzing 100% recycled papers from Austria, Mont Blanc bulk fine papers from Hansol, Korea, Munken Design Range from Arctic Paper SA, Sweden & Won Bang grey dry board from Korea, adds to its diversity.

Suneja concluded, “We look forward to seeing more and more brand awareness of our range of specialty papers in design and print community. As a paper merchant, we see a greater opportunity through this association, to be recognised as a trusted and reliable paper merchant.”