GMUND AM TEGERNSEE, Germany, May 25, 2020 (Press Release) -Gmund Paper sparks creativity:
Gmund Paper presents a system that helps paper professionals create individually designed papers. The program is named “Creative System” and it lets you have your own custom-made Gmund paper manufactured and delivered at extremely short notice.
Specifically, this means fifty different colors, each in matt and metallic, can be combined with 77 embossings in papers of various weights. The permutations are enormous: over 30,000 creations are possible.
The Creative System offers the right solution for every application in every industry. The wide scope for design in the various weights of cardboard is especially well suited for the packaging sector. Each customer can find the perfect paper for his brand here. There are no limits to creativity.
This tool is also useful for selecting papers for large print runs of brochures or annual reports. The minimum order quantity is 20 kg per specification.
The Creative System is aimed at paper professionals. This clearly arranged system leads directly through several simple steps to your own individually designed paper. The user begins by choosing the basic paper in “Book 1” and afterwards selects the paper’s texture in matt or metallic, as well as the grammage, in “Book 2.”
Gmund Creative System at a glance:
- A versatile tool for paper professionals
- Over 30,000 paper creations with 50 colors in matt and metallic, 77 embossings and up to 9 paper weights
- Minimum order quantity is 200 kg per specification: e.g. this corresponds to 3,000 large sheets (70 x 100 cm) in 100 g/m2
- Production time: 7 to 10 working days
About Gmund Paper
Gmund Paper has been synonymous with paper culture and the ecological fabrication of unique communications media from natural paper since 1829. The cellulose used in all of Gmund’s papers is FSC certified. Custom-tailored solutions for sustainable brand identities are created at the development and production site in the town of Gmund on the shores of Lake Tegernsee. Circa 75% of the papers are exported. A family-owned business, Gmund Paper is directed by fourth-generation papermaker Florian Kohler.