Munken Kraft brings you all the traits that Arctic Paper’s Munken range is known for.
Environmentally friendly and naturally tough, Munken Kraft is made from a unique blend of hardwood and softwood virgin fibres. It is machine-finished and fully bleached, delivering high strength and excellent runnability, alongside outstanding printability for a premium end-product finish.
– Now we bring the qualities of Munken, our most respected brand, to the packaging market. The limited pilot series of Munken Kraft that we launched during 2019 was well met by our customers, so we expect high demand for the all new portfolio, says Vencel Toth, sales director packaging, and adds: – We plan to further expand the packaging portfolio with, flexible packaging paper and customised paper tailored to specific packaging requirements.
The sized surface of Munken Kraft paper allows for beautiful prints and reduced dusting. Munken Kraft is suitable for flexo and offset printing techniques, as well as polymer coating and lamination. It is ideal for a variety of packaging applications such as packages and shopping bags – for use by the food and non-food industries.
Munken Kraft is available both as sheets and reels, in grammages from 40 to 150 g/m²:
Munken Kraft K1:
40 - 60 gsm, high white shade: 141 CIE
Munken Kraft M1:
70 - 150 gsm, high white shade: 141 CIE
Munken Kraft M2:
70 - 150 gsm, natural white shade: 115 CIE
Find all technical details: www.arcticpaper.com/packaging
Further information provided by:
Vencel Toth, Sales Director Packaging
Phone: +49 1704576648
Arctic Paper S.A. is one of the leading producers of high-quality graphical fine paper and packaging grades in Europe and consists of three paper mills and four eco-friendly strong brands, Amber, Arctic, G and Munken. Most of the products are sold through the company’s 14 sales offices in Europe. Arctic Paper S.A. is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and NASDAQ in Stockholm. The Group is the main owner of the listed Swedish pulp producer Rottneros AB. For more information, visit arcticpaper.com