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BPIF chose Celloglas’ Cellotouch lamination and spot UV for Annual Review 2012/2013

Posted by: Celloglas | Date added: Thu 01 Aug 2013

Celloglas, the UK’s leading decorative print finisher, finished the cover of the review at their Reading factory site.

The BPIF is a not-for-profit organisation whose principal business is to support and represent the UK print, printed packaging and graphic communication industry. As one of the UK’s largest trade associations, the BPIF have an important role in feeding back to Government their member’s views.

The 2012/2013 Annual Review is the second report that Tony Garnish has published as president of the BPIF. The review includes features including; area for action, flagship research, analysing and informing, creating opportunities and the national and a regional network calendar. This informative booklet was aimed to keep the numerous members of the industry, as well as those who would be seen as prospective members, up to date with relevant news from the sector.

Celloglas, the UK’s leading decorative print finisher, finished the cover of the review at their Reading factory site. The finishing includes a Cellotouch lamination, along with a Celloscreen gloss Spot UV in select areas to the title. The Cellotouch lamination, gives the cover a luxurious soft to touch feel and matt finish, with the spot UV providing a glossy contrast in select areas.

Precision Printing Company, a leading digital printer based in Barking, printed 4000 copies of the booklet, which were then transported to Celloglas for finishing.

Amy Hutchinson, Marketing Manager at the BPIF, commented; “The Celloglas finishes to the review have created a high-end feel to the document, reflecting the importance of the information inside.”

Richard Gillgrass, Managing Director at Celloglas, commented, “Cellotouch is a very popular laminate and is often used for printed media of a premium nature, examples we have seen have been high end property brochures, auction house booklet covers and premium brand catalogue covers”.

Richard added, “Cellotouch is considered more scuff resistant than standard matt lamination, and also produces a soft luxury feel to printed items. It’s great to see the BPIF use finishing techniques that really create added value to their printed pieces.”

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