Tyrone, Pennsylvania, USA 10 January 2018 -- (PR.com) -- American Eagle Paper Mills has announced an important addition to the Eagle family of recycled printing papers, Eagle Inkjet™ 100. Eagle Inkjet 100 is engineered to deliver exceptional print performance across multiple high speed inkjet platforms. Produced from 100% post-consumer recycled fiber, Eagle Inkjet 100 offers a high quality, sustainable paper option for consumers and corporations looking to minimize their environmental footprint. It is an ideal and environmentally conscious choice for direct mail, transpromotional marketing and transactional printing.
Eagle Inkjet 100 has an extra smooth surface that yields exceptionally sharp inkjet image reproduction. It is bright and clean; virtually indistinguishable from a virgin fiber paper, and is priced to compete with virgin high speed inkjet papers. Produced from 100% post-consumer recycled fiber, Eagle Inkjet 100 is acid free for archival purposes and is process and elemental chlorine free. It is FSC certified and is the only 100% recycled high speed inkjet paper made in the USA.
Eagle Inkjet 100 is available in 60#, 70#, 80# and 7pt reply card rolls (24#, 28#, and 32#) and is supported with a roll stocking program at the mill in Tyrone, PA.
CEO Mike Grimm says, "We are proud be expanding our recycled paper portfolio into evolving and growing print segments like high speed inkjet. Our recycled products are uniquely positioned in these markets to help meet the sustainability initiatives being embraced by consumers and corporations around the world."
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