Neschen Group is looking forward to showcasing its latest innovations in self-adhesive and coated media at the FESPA Global Print Expo in Amsterdam next month.
“After seven months of postponement due to COVID-19 pandemic, Amsterdam's FESPA Global Print Expo can finally be made up for,” says a company press release.
Neschen Group CMO Erik Geutjes says he’s looking forward to the visit to Amsterdam with excitement: "We are looking forward to one of the first major trade fairs after the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions - not only because of the welcome opportunity to exchange ideas with customers and colleagues from the industry but also because interested parties can really experience our sustainable product portfolio with its special visual and haptic properties here."
With over 130 years of company history, Neschen and its Filmolux Group subsidiaries are pioneers in the production of versatile self-adhesive products and media coatings. “Neschen is also ideally equipped to meet the growing demand for ecologically valuable product alternatives,” it said.
"In general, we focus on sustainable, PVC-free products and align our production and the portfolio of our sales company Filmolux accordingly," according to managing director Kai Tittgemeyer.
The Neschen Group will feature of its three new ecological product series at FESPA: easySTYLE, easy dot PET, and the FILMOeco Kavalan banner series.
Without much effort, the paper-based, PVC-free, and self-adhesive decorative film easySTYLE can currently be used to create 15 different looks. The film enables high-quality, scratch-resistant results for longer-term use. But short advertising cycles, changing trends in interior design and seasonal promotions are also easy to implement. The applications include furniture, walls and floors.
With the new easy dot PET matt L-UV, Neschen now offers a polyester film with higher stiffness, which enables ‘significant material savings.’ Thanks to its water-based adhesive and PVC-free substrate, the easy dot film is also an environmentally friendly product in other respects. It exhibits virtually no shrinkage in processing and delivers photorealistic print results with UV and latex inks.
Recently, the Filmolux Group has been distributing the highly innovative printing materials of the manufacturer TAYA, which are pollutant-free and less harmful to the environment due to their composition of a PET-fabric with a PVC-free coating. The FILMOeco Kavalan line includes banners for indoor and outdoor use, as well as materials for lightboxes or facade advertising, and special anti-curling products for use in roll-ups.
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The Neschen Group will be in the Graphics area during FESPA Amsterdam from Oct 12-15, 2021 (Hall 5, Stand 5-M10).
For more information, see: www.neschen.com