Excitement is in the air. UPM will be participating for the sixth time in the Paperworld fair taking place from 25 to 29 January 2006 in Frankfurt to introduce an office paper innovation that will delight merchants and retailers alike, not to mention professional end users.
With its innovation UPM once again proves that the paper market is always in for another surprise, that there is a long way to go before intelligent solutions are fully exploited and that UPM is one of the most creative companies in the office paper segment. “We have succeeded in turning our customers' wishes into an innovation that makes us stand out in the market now and in the near future,” says Martina Schürmann, UPM’s Marketing Manager, Office & Graphic Papers.
Another new feature is the location of UPM’s stand at Paperworld. Trade visitors will find the company directly in Hall 1.1, the arena of “Paperworld Imaging” focusing on IT and printer supplies, paper and labels. Along with its world novelty, UPM will be exhibiting the three successful office paper brands UPM Office, Yes and Future, as well as papers for digital printing from the UPM DIGI range, preprint papers from the UPM Preprint range and envelope papers from the UPM Mail range.
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Doris Lübbers, Manager, Marketing Communications, Tel.: +49 49 63 401-1845
Information on the press conference:
To mark the occasion of introducing its world novelty, UPM will organise a press conference on 25 January 2006, from 2 to 3 pm in the Frankfurt Exhibition Grounds, Hall 3, Via, West Foyer, Room Facette. During this event, the company will present its office paper strategies. Trade visitors and UPM customers are warmly welcomed.
The speakers at the event are:
Martina Schürmann, Marketing Manager, Office & Graphic Papers
Ruud van den Berg, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Fine Papers
Jussi Toikka, Vice President, Distributors & Converters, Office Papers
UPM at Paperworld
The UPM stand at Paperworld is located in Hall 1.1, E 41.
UPM, Fine Paper
December 7, 2005