Section: Iggesund

Nordic motifs on intricate Christmas card

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<p>Iggesund Christmas card</p> (photo: Rolf Lavergren, www.bildbolaget.)

/INS . This year’s Christmas card from Iggesund Paperboard is an example of extreme complexity. The UK company Santoro Graphics, known for its 3D greeting cards, has created a card with Scandinavian motifs ranging from wolves and spruce trees to underwater fish.

Environment and Energy Award for Workington Mill

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 (photo: Rolf Andersson)

/INS . Iggesund Paperboard’s commitment to continuous improvement and sustainability was recognized last night when we received the Environmental and Energy Awareness Award at the CN Group Business Awards.

Carton of the Year: Natural beauty gains a tactile frame

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<p>Ambuja</p>

/INS . The packaging for ambuja, a natural skin care collection from Legart Forschungsatelier, was the big winner at the 2015 ProCarton ECMA Awards when it was voted Carton of the Year. The winning packaging is made of Invercote G 200 g/m2 from Iggesund Paperboard and has an exciting opening and closure mechanism that makes excellent use of Invercote’s structural properties.

Upgraded Invercote G gets Quick Printing award

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<p>Documentation</p> (photo: Rolf Lavergren, www.bildbolaget.)

/INS . The US newsletter Quick Printing conducted their 3rd annual Readers’ Choice Top Products Awards competition in mid-2015. The newsletter is targeting people in the quick printing business globally, and the   goal was to gather opinions from print service providers about what they consider to be the most significant products introduced to the commercial printing industry over the last 15 months. Voting was open to all print service providers worldwide.

Adopt a Tree: A new venture from Iggesund

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<p>Friggesund plantskola.</p> (photo: Ulla-Carin Ekblom)

/INS. “The forests are our planet’s lungs and a prerequisite for our long-term survival. Our well-managed forests transform carbon dioxide into life-giving oxygen and function as nature’s own carbon sink,” says Iggesund Paperboard’s CEO Annica Bresky, as she enthusiastically describes the company’s new venture, Adopt a Tree.