News - Fedrigoni

News - Fedrigoni


News - Fedrigoni

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Fedrigoni 365 project delivers a year of print creativity  (Company news)

Daily inspiration for a full year is on its way via newly printed Fedrigoni 365 – a highly individualised calendar printed on Fedrigoni papers by Ricoh technology.

Ricoh produced 4,000 uniquely different copies of the 2021 416pp calendar in ten different colourways. Fedrigoni’s Golden Star K was used for the jacket while Splendorlux was chosen for the cover and Freelife Vellum for the inside pages. Each calendar comprises 365 successful artwork submissions drawn from a pool of more than 830 designs received from UK based creatives.

The highly automated end to end process began with typesetting and layout during composition managed by variable data publishing solution FusionPro. RICOH ProcessDirector™ then assigned workflow to deliver streamlined production while RICOH TotalFlow Batchbuilder™ prepared batches of jobs efficiently and enabled centralised control to monitor and manage the variable jobs.

The powerful printed results were produced by the Ricoh Pro™ C7200sx colour sheetfed press using extended colour gamut neon colours selected from Touch7 neon colour guides from Khaos Technologies.

Erwin Busselot, Business Innovation & Solutions Director, Commercial and Industrial Printing Group, says: “The project demonstrates the ability of Ricoh’s software to flexibly manage such a unique production process. The imaginative and creative designs from such talented contributors also showcases the huge variety of print production possibilities enabled by the Ricoh Pro C7200x when teamed with Touch7. We were delighted to work with Fedrigoni on such a dynamic and inspiring project to illustrate how impactful design and high quality well executed print creates a powerful combination. Brands and creatives will be able to see for themselves how the right mix can prove irresistibly engaging.”

Copies of Fedrigoni 365 can be bought here. Each year profits from the sale of 500 calendars go to charity. Past recipients have been Make a Wish Foundation, Shelter and Trees for Cities. The recipient for 2021 has yet to be decided.
(Ricoh Europe PLC)

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High tech, energy independence, corporate well-being Fedrigoni unveils its new sustainable ...  (Company news)

... headquarters in Verona

After 70 years, Fedrigoni Group leaves its historic office building in Viale Piave to move to a bigger, modern, four-storey building that can accommodate 150 employees and all company departments, except production. Marco Nespolo (photo): “This step towards the growth of the company had been planned for some time “.

“The Covid19 health emergency has imposed corrective measures and some sacrifices, but we have never taken a step back on our investment and development commitments to grow the group”. Even at the height of the crisis, this was Fedrigoni CEO Marco Nespolo’s position. The unveiling of the new company headquarters in Verona of one of the leading global producers of speciality papers for packaging, publishing, self-adhesive labels and securities, further confirms this position. “It has been in the pipeline for a while and we wanted to deliver despite the difficult circumstances,” continues Nespolo, “because we need a workplace that suits our size, and that is innovative and comfortable enough to host all our people, whilst contributing to the collaboration and sharing of ideas and solutions.”

The building, which covers four floors and measures 5,150 square metres, will accommodate all 150 employees from the historic viale Piave site and the via Tombetta branch, and will include all company departments, from the commercial, logistics, IT, marketing, human resources, administration and finance departments, to the quality, safety and environment department. Production will remain in the plant next to the Camuzzoni canal, which was founded in 1888 and renovated after a fire in 2015, and in the Buttapietra warehouse. South Verona is the group’s historic home, and the building in via Enrico Fermi contributes to the redevelopment of the new industrial area close to the A4 South Verona motorway exit.

The building is extremely high tech, comfortable and energy efficient, in line with Fedrigoni’s long held commitment to environmental sustainability and the well-being of individuals. Numerous new functions reduce its environmental impact, giving the building an A3 energy efficiency classification: the building automation system allows the position of window blinds to be adjusted remotely, making the most of natural light and combining it with artificial light when necessary; a system of solar panels guarantees 70% energy autonomy and 5 charging stations encourage the use of electric cars.

Meeting rooms host the latest multimedia video conferencing systems, and CO2 detection sensors indicate when the air needs to be changed. The break area on the second floor overlooks a “vertical garden”, which is watered with an automatic irrigation system. A green wall, visible from all offices, covers one side of a “hollowed out” parallelepiped at the centre of the building, and runs from the second floor up to the fourth, with the other three sides closed by panes of glass. This was just one of the many solutions developed by the Giovannini di Trento Group to support the well-being of employees, along with a choice of open spaces and offices surrounded by glass walls to allow plenty of light. But the real star is the beautiful paper that can be seen and touched from the minute you enter the building, along with labels and many examples of how customers use the paper, which are a continuous source of encouragement and inspiration.

Fedrigoni is a company that has strong ties to the area, and to Verona in particular, where it was founded in 1888 by Giuseppe Antonio Fedrigoni. It was followed by the Trentino paper mills, Arconvert for the production of self-adhesive papers, the first overseas acquisitions and the Fabriano production sites in the Marche region, with their 750 years of history. “Owners and employees have always worked together,” states Chiara Medioli, the group’s VP and a member of the Fedrigoni family, “through two world wars, fires, earthquakes and economic crises. We have never stopped. With new partners and new offices that suit our size, we are still working with the same commitment and quality to achieve our targets. The Fedrigoni motto is the same as the Della Scala family’s: Nec descendere, nec Morari, Never give up, never stop”.

Since 2018, Fedrigoni Group has been owned by the US investment fund Bain Capital. This has led to considerable growth, reaching 4,000 employees in two years and approximately €1.6 billion in turnover, also thanks to the strengthening and internationalisation of the management team, the development of increasingly efficient and eco-friendly products, as well as investments in technology and targeted acquisitions such as Cordenons, manufacturer of fine and technical papers, and Ritrama, an Italian multinational producing self-adhesive products (a sector in which Fedrigoni is the third largest player). The goal is to complete the range by conquering new markets and developing products for high value-added segments where the company is already a leader, such as in packaging for cosmetics and luxury fashion brands, as well as labels for the wine making industry.

Lately the viale Piave building on the Gianfranco Fedrigoni corner, which has been home to Fedrigoni for nearly 70 years, was vacated by employees. It was bought in the 1950s and its Umbertino-style dates back to the 1800s when the paper mill and the Consolaro Mills, with their offices and representative office in the building, overlooked the Camuzzoni canal. Over time the company tried to adapt the space to the growth of the group, but by the 2000s the construction of two buildings in via Tombetta had to take place.

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Bain Capital Private Equity acquires Fedrigoni  (Company news)

Bain Capital Private Equity, a leading global private investment firm, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Fedrigoni, a leading global producer of specialty papers and self-adhesive labels. The Fedrigoni family will retain a minority stake in the business.

Established in 1888 and headquartered in Verona, Italy, Fedrigoni is internationally recognised for its high-quality product range and customer service. In 2017, the Company is expected to generate sales of approximately €1.1bn. It has manufacturing facilities in Italy, Spain and Brazil and a global distribution network, with more than 2,700 employees. .

Fedrigoni sells directly to its multinational customers including fashion houses and fine wine producers, through its own distribution network. Its products include special papers for luxury packaging and labels for the food and beverage and pharma industries.

“Fedrigoni is an exciting business with strong brands and differentiated offering in speciality products,” said Ivano Sessa, a Managing Director at Bain Capital Private Equity. “We believe Fedrigoni has the potential to grow significantly, both organically and through acquisitions, and look forward to partnering with the management team to accelerate this as we have done in several other industrial global businesses. We are delighted to be building on our industrial and Italian franchise, following our recent investments in European finTyre Distribution and several others.”

“In 130 years of history, the Fedrigoni family has fully supported the growth and development of its eponymous business, reaching a leadership positioning in European specialty papers and labels. Capitalising also on its recent foreign acquisitions in the U.S.A. and in Brazil, today Fedrigoni is an international player requiring additional resources to support its global ambitions” said Alessandro Fedrigoni, Chairman of Fedrigoni. “We have found in Bain Capital the ideal investor to drive Fedrigoni into its next stage of global development given its deep industrial expertise, operational skills and its worldwide pool of resources.”

The transaction remains subject to approvals by competent regulatory authorities.

Fedrigoni was advised by BNP Paribas, Gianni Origoni Grippo Cappelli & Partners and Canestrari & Crescentini Associati. Bain Capital was advised by Rothschild, Poyry Consulting & Capital, Fisher International, PwC, Latham & Watkins, Kirkland & Ellis and Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati. BNP Paribas, HSBC, UBI Banca and KKR will be the joint bookrunners on the associated financing.

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Fedrigoni: Fire at the Verona plant  (Company news)

The Company announces that on Friday (July 3) a fire broke out at the plant in Verona which affected a limited part of the production premises.
The situation is completely under control thanks to the security procedures that were immediately activated. The Staff was not involved: promptly evacuated in accordance with the accident prevention protocols, it did not report any consequence.
The Company expects to resume production within a few days.

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The Group strengthens its presence on South American markets, especially in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina

Photo: CEO Claudio Alfonsi

Acquisition price: approx. €85 million
The Group’s 2016 turnover is expected to be about €1 billion, with 70% generated on international markets

The Fedrigoni Group – a leading international operator in the production and sale of high value added paper, banknote paper, security products and self-adhesive items – is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of 100% of the share capital of Arjo Wiggins Ltda, a Brazilian subsidiary of Arjo Wiggins and South America’s sole producer of paper for banknotes and security documents, and special graphic papers.
A price of approximately €85 million was paid for the acquisition, of which €5 million will be payable in 2016 upon achievement of specific conditions and results.
Arjo Wiggins Ltda posted turnover of approximately €70 million in 2014.
In the first few months of 2015 the company confirmed a good economic performance, exceeding 2014 results.

The acquisition of Arjo Wiggins Ltda further strengthens the Group’s presence in Brazil (where it has been on the market since 2009 with Arconvert Brasil, which produces and markets self-adhesive labels) and makes it South America’s top player in banknote paper, security products, special graphic papers, and self-adhesive items.
The acquisition also achieves important synergies in all of the Fedrigoni Group’s core operations and further strengthens the Group’s position as world leader in the security products and special graphic papers sectors-products with high value added and high profitability that have achieved excellent growth rates, especially in South America.

“This transaction is in line with the international growth and development strategy that the Group has implemented in recent years, and allows us to forecast 2016 turnover of over €1 billion, with 70% generated on foreign markets compared to the current 64%,” says CEO
Claudio Alfonsi, who continues, “Thanks to this acquisition, the Fedrigoni Group is now South America’s largest player in the high value added paper sector. We are extremely pleased, because not only
we have strengthened our position in Brazil, a strongly expanding market, we now have direct access to South America’s high valued added markets with special pressure-sensitive labels. Both recent acquisitions, the Brazilian one and GPA, our recent acquisition in the United States, have a good profitability - which will be further enhanced by our ability – and accomplish the strategic plan we
presented to the financial community in 2014."

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Fedrigoni: Withdrawal of the Global Offer  (Company news)

Fedrigoni S.p.A. (“Fedrigoni”) and San Colombano S.p.A., acting in agreement with BNP
Paribas and Unicredit Corporate & Investment Banking as Joint Global Coordinators, have taken the decision to withdraw the Global Offer for Sale and Subscription of the ordinary shares of Fedrigoni S.p.A..

This decision reflects the additional and increasingly marked deterioration of the conditions on the financial markets during the offer period.
On the strength of its competitive positioning and its equity and financial solidity, Fedrigoni confirms its growth and development plans and the listing on the financial market that still remains a strategic objective, also as a result of the significant appreciation and interest displayed by Italian and international investors towards the Company.

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GOLD für Fedrigoni!  (Firmennews)

Parallel zur Eröffnung der Konsumgütermesse „Ambiente“ wurden am 07. Februar die Besten der Besten mit dem German Design Award 2014 in Frankfurt geehrt. Ein Preis, für den man sich nicht bewerben kann, für den man „nominiert“ wird. Ausgezeichnet wurden hochkarätige Produkte und Projekte aus dem Produkt- und Kommunikationsdesign, Designpersönlichkeiten und Nachwuchsdesigner, die alle auf ihre Art wegweisend in der deutschen und internationalen Designlandschaft sind. Nach der Ansprache von Detlef Braun (Geschäftsführer der Messe Frankfurt) moderierten Julia Bauer (N24) und Andrej Kupetz (Rat für Formgebung) gemeinsam die Preisverleihung, präsentierten die Siegerarbeiten und übergaben die Urkunden und Awards an die Gewinner. Der „Personality Award 2014“ ging an den Unternehmer und „Küchenrevolutionär“ Gerd Bulthaup. Als bester Newcomer wurde Christian Zanzotti geehrt, der auf Produkt-, Möbel- und Fahrzeugdesign spezialisiert ist. In der Kategorie "Print Media" aus dem Bereich Kommunikationsdesign erhielt Fedrigoni für das Musterbuch „Materica“ Gold. Nach dem Red Dot Award im Jahr 2012 ist dies nun die zweite Auszeichnung für Materica. Die Jury: "Das Musterbuch des italienischen Papierherstellers Fedrigoni gefiel der Jury so gut, dass sie hierfür Gold vergab. Entgegen üblicher solcher Kundenbücher finden sich darin nicht einfach nur Papiermuster nach Stärke und Farbe sortiert. Die Arbeit, die hier vorliegt, verdient schon eher die Bezeichnung Buchobjekt. Wesentliches Merkmal ist das kraterähnliche Loch im Buchblock, das die Aufmerksamkeit auf sich zieht und neugierig macht. Mit jedem Blatt - und es ist immer eine andere Qualität von Papier, eine andere Farbe, die man umblättert und ein anderes Motiv - arbeitet man sich tiefer hinein in die Materie. Ein unglaublich aufwändiges und im Detail liebevoll gemachtes Buch, das ein sinnliches Vergnügen bereitet. Eine wunderbare Idee und ein Statement, aus dem unzweifelhaft die Leidenschaft für Papier spricht." Jurymitglieder waren u. a. Dr. Annemarie Jaeggi (Direktorin Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung Berlin), Olaf Stein (Managing Partner Factor Design AG) und Prof. Erik Spiekermann (Edenspiekermann AG). Der German Design Award ist ein internationaler Premiumpreis, der hochkarätige Design-Produkte und -Projekte auszeichnet. Initiator ist der Rat für Formgebung, der seit 60 Jahren das deutsche Designgeschehen repräsentiert.
(FEDRIGONI Deutschland GmbH)

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FEDRIGONI Deutschland wird 25! Jubiläumsfeier im Berliner Reichstag  (Firmennews)

Seit einem viertel Jahrhundert (1987 - 2012) ist der italienische Feinpapierhersteller FEDRIGONI im deutschen Markt vertreten. Anfangs als Zenith Feinpapier Handelsgesellschaft, seit 1999 als Fedrigoni Deutschland GmbH. Mittlerweile mit fünf Showrooms und einer neuen Hauptniederlassung mit Zentrallager bei München.
Zum 25-jährigen Jubiläum lud Fedrigoni deutschlandweit eine Auswahl an Kunden am 26. September 2012 in den Berliner Reichstag ein. 130 Gäste folgten der Einladung und genossen im Käfer-Dachgartenrestaurant direkt neben der Glaskuppel, begleitet von einem atemberaubenden Blick über die Stadt, ein 5-Gänge Gala-Dinner mit exquisiten Gaumenfreuden und erlesenen Weinen. Marcus Lange (Prokurist der Fedrigoni Deutschland GmbH) begrüßte seine Gäste in seiner Ansprache und präsentierte dabei unter anderem die neue Fedrigoni Imagebroschüre. Für musikalische Begleitung sorgte die Jazz-Band “Jazzvisite”; und einen bleibenden Eindruck hinterließ ein Pyrografie-Künstler, der mit Wunderkerzen Portraits brannte. Anschließend wurde in der im 14. Stock des Andel´s Hotels zusammen mit allen Kunden bis in die frühen Morgenstunden weiter gefeiert.
2013 folgt das 125-jährige Jubiläum der Fedrigoni Spa (Italien).

Vor erst fünf Jahren wurde der Standort Berlin aufgebaut, wo kurz darauf der erste deutsche Showroom eröffnete. Seit dem hat sich Fedrigoni erfolgreich in der Berliner Druckindustrie etabliert und zu einem kompetenten Ansprechpartner für Grafiker und Designer entwickelt. Interessierte Kunden hatten am Tag nach der Jubiläumsfeier die Möglichkeit, den Showroom am Hackeschen Markt selbst zu besichtigen.
Besonders prägend waren die letzten Jahre unter Leitung von Marcus Lange:
Ende 2007 wurde die Kooperation mit dem Papiergroßhändler Carl Berberich gekündigt und der Direktvertrieb auf die Gebiete Hamburg, Berlin und Baden-Württemberg erweitert. Ein Jahr später folgte die Eröffnung des ersten deutschen Showrooms in Berlin. 2010 wurde das 6-Millionen-Neubauprojekt mit Zentrallager, Büro und Showroom im Süden Münchens fertig gestellt. Im gleichen Jahr zog die Niederlassung Hilden in die Gehry Bauten im Medienhafen Düsseldorf und das Lager wurde in die zwei Lagerstandorte Dortmund und Köln aufgeteilt. 2011 folgte die Markterweiterung auf die Länder Ungarn, Slowakei und Tschechien, und in Wien wurde ein Büro mit Showroom eröffnet. Seit Juni 2012 bietet Fedrigoni auch seinen Hamburger Kunden einen kreativen Showroom zur Beratung und Inspiration. Weitere Standorte sind für Franken und Baden-Württemberg in Planung.
(FEDRIGONI Deutschland GmbH)

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OIKOS Fedrigoni for CEPI Sustainability Report 2011  (Company news)

CEPI – the Confederation of European Paper Industries – has chosen to entrust the publication of its sustainability report to Oikos paper by Fedrigoni.
Chosen from a wide range of natural papers, Oikos stands out from the rest for containing 50% of pre-consumer fibres in compliance with FSC requirements and 50% of FSC-certified cellulose fibres. 100% natural, Oikos is the ultimate evidence that a recycled paper can generate impeccable graphic results.
For Fedrigoni, CEPI’s selection constitutes a particularly significant recognition of its corporate and social responsibility, confirming and rewarding the Group’s commitment to take care of and safeguard the environment and natural resources.
CEPI is the Brussels-based European non-profit organisation representing the interests of the papermaking industry, whose Italian member association is the national industry federation Assocarta. CEPI’s remit is to undertake specific actions and to monitor the activities of the papermaking industry with regard to the environment, energy, taxation policies, recycling and competitiveness.

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Fedrigoni presents Sirio Nero certified for HP  (Company news)

With more than 90 different products custom-designed for indigo printing, ranging from adhesive to transparent papers and from embossed to coloured products, Fedrigoni is the world’s first and only manufacturer to develop and produce a black support for colour indigo printing, a product that is so far ahead that it is already certified for HP Indigo Technology.
This is a real success story, with all it takes to keep up with the evolutions in printing techniques: using a base of white indigo printing, any colour image can be printed on Sirio Nero with the same precision rendering as on a white support… and all with Fedrigoni’s quality guarantee.
Using Sirio Nero’s 290 g/m2 and 46,4 x 32 cm format, you can really make the most of your images, creating original photo albums, extravagant invitations and inconceivable packaging.

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The cover of ARTLAB 39 on Fedrigoni Sirio Black certified HP!   (Company news)

Digital printing on a black background is always a challenging business. But it can be done using the HP Indigo technology and a special colour, solid white, which opens the door to using supports in intense, dark colours, even black. An HP Indigo 5500 machine was used to print this cover, doing several runs of the white before the four-colour print run. The paper used is a 290 g Fedrigoni Sirio Black, a card coloured in the pulp that exudes an intense, deep black: it is the first paper in the world to receive certification directly from the hands of HP Indigo.

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A successful outcome for Fedrigoni’s Paper Days in Bergamo, Turin and Naples  (Company news)

Large audiences (about 600 people) flocked in to attend the three meetings organised by Fedrigoni to launch its new Imaginative Colours tool.
The atmosphere was refined but convivial in the Bergamo meeting. The evocative location of the Cloister of Santa Marta proved to be the perfect setting for welcoming the large numbers of guests to attended the national preview launch of the innovative Imaginative Colours system. In Turin, creatives, designers, agencies and printers numbered among the more than 300 participants who celebrated the prestigious new tool from Fedrigoni at the Officine Grandi Riparazioni. The breathtaking setting chosen for the third Paper Day, held in Naples, could hardly have been ore chic: the backdrop of the bay gave an almost magical flavour to the presentation that drew in numerous guests, coming from as far away as Bari, leaving them enthusiastic for the new tool.
All in all, then, Fedrigoni’s Paper Days formula comes out of this as a winner: a chance to offer printers and professionals graphic designers new opportunities to get together and pick up new information.
See you next time!

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Fedrigoni Asia  (Company news)

Success was assured for the “H Event”, held in Hong Kong on 23 June, whose purpose was to introduce the world of Fedrigoni to the hospitality sector. A total of more than 150 participants – including luxury hotel managers, architects and designers specialising in hospitality, as well as a select few special guests – turned up for this society launch, featuring the Chinese market presentation of the new Hotel Book, the special tool devised to serve everyone who wants to use paper to express prestige and safety in those vital little details that make all the difference.
(Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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The Fedrigoni Hotel Book wins the 2011 Red Dot Award for communication design  (Company news)

Fedrigoni SpA is pleased to announce that its Hotel Book, a tool created by the Thomas Manss & Co graphic design agency, has won the Red Dot Award for communication design.
Both the client and the graphic design team are Italian and the result of the partnership is the Hotel Book, a marketing tool that also doubles as a veritable explosion of excitement, a perfect combination between design and Fedrigoni’s magical creative papers.
This luxurious limited edition publication explains to hoteliers and designers just how much the right paper, printing techniques and design can improve a hotel’s image and make a favourable impression on their guests.
The jury has now informed us that, in recognition of the excellent job done with the Hotel Book for Fedrigoni, Thomas Manss & Company will receive the much sought-after Red Dot Award for communication design, an award that is for design rather like what the Oscars are for the movies.
The award makes a statement about the high level achieved by Thomas Manss & Company’s work. The 15 members of the jury, all internationally celebrated experts in design, sifted their way through 6,468 entries, in a process that took several days. Very few made it through to win the Red Dot Award. All the 2011 winners will go on show in October in an exhibition to be held during “Design on stage – the Red Dot Award winners: communication design 2011” in Berlin.
(Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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The prestigious international design magazine Wallpaper* is presenting a wide variety of Fedrigoni papers in its special August 2011 Handmade issue: a work of haute couture where graphic design has combined with printing and paper to generate a real masterpiece.
You get a sense of that bespoke tailoring as soon as you see the cover: with the Custom Covers project, Wallpaper’s readers have been transformed into art directors, all set on creating their own utterly personal covers, made on Stucco Old Mill Indigo and printed using HP digital technology.
Between the covers, the choice fell on a variety of papers for the various sections, such as Arcoprint 1.7, a high-quality natural uncoated ivory paper with excellent printability, and Woodstock Betulla, the 80% recycled paper used for the sketchbook, a feature that reproduces sketches by leading designers: in this issue Matteo Thun, Tony Fretton and Hannah Martin.
The ultimate result of this ambitious venture of Wallpaper* Handmade is an unparalleled issue that achieves a very high level of both visual and tactile interaction with its readers: an undertaking in which Fedrigoni took part with real enthusiasm.
(Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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Stucco swatchbook: new edition   (Company news)

Announcing the new edition of the Stucco swatchbook: a range of special papers that are so easy to print with and manage to surprise even the most demanding customers… time and again. As these papers have a special surface treatment, the printing process generates a surprising brilliance and a liveliness that combines with perfection in rendering every last detail, to express a result that is a successful blend between the allure and quality typical of natural papers and the unique expressiveness of a felt marked or laid paper. The chromatic sheen and tactile sensations given off by these papers are enhanced by their appreciable bulk, even in the relatively moderate grammages, a factor that adds a sense of affluence and appeal to the final result.
This new swatchbook contains Stucco Old Mill, Stucco Sirio, Stucco Acquerello and Stucco Tintoretto.
(Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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Fedrigoni is pleased to present Century Soho for Xerographic Technology  (Company news)

Coated, uncoated, felt-marked, pearly, parchments, self-adhesive and coloured papers have been chosen for their extraordinary versatility in printing and collected together in a single swatchbook: a simple, straightforward, complete tool, containing all you need to order Fedrigoni papers in all sorts of different styles.
Available in a variety of grammages and formats, complete with matching envelopes, all these papers are strictly FSC certified. The Fedrigoni range of products for the digital printing market not only makes its presence felt for its wealth of choice, grammages and formats, but is also given a major boost by a fast, ubiquitous service of delivery. (Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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Fedrigoni: Canova  (Company news)

The choice of whiteness and of the degree of smoothness is significantly greater among natural uncoated papers. Fedrigoni manufactures an enormous range of these, marketing them in its White & Ivory swatchbook, where one product in particular stands out for its high degree of whiteness: Canova.
The candidly clear whiteness and absolutely smooth, compact surface of Canova EW highlight the yield of both black and colour printing, combining the sensation of the support’s refined elegance with lively chromatic effect of the images and texts.
Suitable for making outspokenly elegant publications and graphic products of the highest level and guaranteed always to achieve that special impact, Canova is FSC certified and produced using quality raw materials that ensure a long working life without fading and a substantial, consistent body. Sizing and smoothing treatments give this paper a compact, velvety surface that instantly conveys the impression that the object you are holding in your hands is in a class of its own. (Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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Relaunch der Fedrigoni-Kollektion BOOK&BOX  (Firmennews)

Das Musterbuch Book & Box des italienischen Feinpapierherstellers Fedrigoni wurde überarbeitet: die bereits bestehenden Imitlin-Prägungen Tela und Fiandra wurden um die Prägung AIDA erweitert, die der Musterung eines Gewebes ähnelt. Neu hinzugekommen ist die Qualität „Imitlin Flat“: ein weißes, glattes Naturpapier ohne Prägung, das die selben Vorteile wie die farbigen Papiere der Kollektion besitzt. Daneben wurden der Farbpalette acht neue Farben (insgesamt 21 Farben) hinzugefügt. Die robusten und durchgefärbten Papiere sind optimal für Buchbindearbeiten und Kaschierungen geeignet: Imitlin besteht aus einem Kraftfaser-Zellstoff und bietet damit eine bessere Festigkeit. Zusätzlich ist die Oberfläche mit einer Fingerschutzlackierung veredelt. Die Papiere zeichnen sich durch eine hohe Abrieb- und Reißfestigkeit, Falzstabilität und Lichtbeständigkeit aus und sind FSC-zertifiziert. (FEDRIGONI Deutschland GmbH)

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Fedrigoni launches the new Constellation visual book  (Company news)

Skiers skimming down immaculate pistes of Jade Onda, schools of goldfish flitting among the ripples of Jade Fluid, cumulus-like clouds of Jade Riccio and fleeces of woolly sheep on Snow Mosaico. These are only a handful of the phantasmagorical interpretations made using the designs old and new of the Constellation range: they play with the eye on page after page of this new visual book, which comes packed to the brim with practical ideas.
This surprising embossed paper comes in three ranges, all strictly FSC certified and multilayer: Snow is a natural paper with a high degree of whiteness, Jade is brilliant and pearly, with an absolutely unmistakeable chiaroscuro effect, while Ivory is embossed on both sides and has a warmer, more refined tone.
The new embossings that have added unprecedented surfaces to the Constellation Snow and Jade ranges are Aida and Fluid: the first is a multi-directional technological canvas, the latter a fluctuating, dreamy sign, whose pearliness adds lights, shadows and movement that make it a truly unusual finish. (Fedrigoni S.P.A.)

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