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Eska Black: Bridging the gap between Sustainability and Luxury

21 Jul 2021 —
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Antalis UK and Ireland are pleased to announce that they are the exclusive stockists of Eska Black – a black solid board with natural texture and minimal environmental impact. Specially designed for luxury graphical and packaging applications, this 100% sustainable board boasts minimal environmental impact, with maximum added value.

Antalis UK and Ireland are pleased to announce that they are the exclusive stockists of Eska Black – a black solid board with natural texture and minimal environmental impact. Specially designed for luxury graphical and packaging applications, this 100% sustainable board boasts minimal environmental impact, with maximum added value.

Eska Black extends Eska’s renowned range of products, offering a deep black, sustainable packaging and graphical board application option which has low impact carbon emissions. Antalis is set to launch the new range in May 2021, giving consumers a fashionable, premium board solution.

The board is sturdy and strong, with a natural texture and excellent converting properties. Eska maintains a promise that their boards lay flat and stay flat, even when they have been processed into end products, and Eska Black is no different. Eska Black’s high rigidity adds to the luxury feel of the board, while its clever 3-layer construction, with the core layer made of 100% recycled fibre, sandwiched between two deep black virgin fibre liners, results in a top-quality, 70% recycled solid board - the perfect balance of sustainability and opulence. Available in three weights: 1000mic, 1500mic, and 1750mic, all of which are easy to cut, die, crease, score, gouge, mill, punch, drill and emboss/deboss.

 

“Eska Black is a solid black, due to its black core. It is a robust product that is very cost-effective. Like all of our products, it can also be fully carbon offset via a choice of schemes offered by Antalis. We are delighted that Eska Black has recently been used for the cover and stand of the prestigious Dorchester 2021 calendar.”

Steve Chappell, Graphical Board Development Manager at Antalis


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