Mohawk and UPM Raflatac Partner for Sustainable Pressure Sensitive Labeling Solutions
UPM Raflatac is introducing pressure sensitive label products constructed from Mohawk Renewal Straw (30% Straw + 70% Post-Consumer Waste) and Mohawk Renewal Hemp (30% Hemp + 70% Post-Consumer Waste).
June 9, 2020 - Mohawk Fine Papers, Inc. and UPM Raflatac have started a strategic partnership to offer sustainable roll-fed pressure sensitive labeling solutions made with Mohawk Renewal Hemp and Straw paper face stocks in the Americas.
"Mohawk Renewal expands the definition of responsible papermaking, and our partnership with UPM Raflatac makes it easier than ever for printers and brands to reach beyond their label and packaging sustainability targets," said Melissa Stevens, Mohawk Chief Revenue Officer.
Through this partnership, UPM Raflatac is introducing pressure sensitive label products constructed from Mohawk Renewal Straw (30% Straw + 70% Post-Consumer Waste) and Mohawk Renewal Hemp (30% Hemp + 70% Post-Consumer Waste). These face stocks are already available for wine, spirits and craft beverage end uses and can also be custom tailored with a broad range of adhesives and liners for food and retail uses.
Mohawk is a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated business based in Cohoes, New York. The company is a manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes, and specialty materials for printing with global sales and operations located throughout North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit: www.mohawkconnects.com.
UPM Raflatac is one of the world's leading producers of self-adhesive label materials, supplying high-quality paper and film label stock for consumer product and industrial labeling. For further information, visit: www.upmraflatac.com.
SOURCE: UPM Raflatac