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A coated book paper with bluish-white shade, ideal for hardcover books

Classic is a coated, mechanical book printing paper for both colour reproduction and B/W text.

With its bluish-white shade, good opacity and bulk, Classic by Stora Enso makes a great paper choice for black text but also for illustrations with large print coverage.

A book printing paper grade with excellent quality and printability, Classic also features an even shade, thickness, high bulk and brightness. You can always depend on this classic book paper for premium press performance and appearance. Like all our papers, it is recyclable and made from wood procured from sustainably managed sources.

Classic is available in a wide range of grammages, from 50 to 90 gsm. For HSWO, CSWO, sheet-fed offset and digital printing. Available as reels.

Key benefits

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    High end book paper

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    High brightness and smoothness make it a viable option for woodfree alternative

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    Natural white shade offers a pleasant reading experience

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    Preferred mechanical choice for four-colour printing

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    Sustainably sourced and manufactured, with EU Ecolabel certification and FSC® and PEFC™ chain of custody certification

End-use areas and applications

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    Hardcover books

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    Children’s books

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  • Natural white shade offers a pleasant reading experience
  • Preferred mechanical choice for four-colour printing
  • For hardcover books, paperbacks, children’s books and textbooks

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Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden construction and paper. We employ some 23 000 people and have sales in more than 50 countries and our shares are listed on the Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Stockholm (STE A, STE R) stock exchanges.

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