With Holmen PLUS you can print direct mail, supplements and magazines with a genuine sense of quality. Images and messages come to life on the matt surface, conveying just the right feel.
One big advantage is the paper's thickness, which means that even a product with only a few pages feels substantial in the hand.
Holmen PLUS is a standard product in the MF Magazine paper segment. But don't be fooled by the word 'standard'. Holmen PLUS has qualities that compare well with significantly more expensive products. The performance and price of the paper gives you extra scope, for example, to increase the number of pages in a supplement. It may also help you achieving more intensive market contact through more frequent direct mail send outs.
A clean and reliable material
Holmen Paper operates according to globally recognized standards and Holmen PLUS is available with FSC®(FSC ID FSC-C020071), PEFC™/05-33-134 and EU Ecolabel certification. Furthermore, it’s produced using 100 percent fresh fibre from sustainably managed Swedish forests. The production has a low impact on the environment and the wood fibre is 100 percent traceable. This means that you can rest assured that the raw materials come from a clean and reliable source. For more information, please check out our carbon footprint. according to the ten toes of the framework set up by CEPI.
All of our products have carbon footprint calculations according to the ten toes by CEPI. They also have paper profiles showing emissions and energy use per tonne of paper produced.
Paper Profile is a voluntary environmental product declaration scheme developed and provided by leading paper producers. This single-page declaration gives essential information regarding the composition of the product, key environmental parameters, environmental management and wood procurement.
Carbon footprint is defined as the total emissions caused by an individual, event, organisation, or product, expressed as carbon dioxide equivalent. Holmen Paper calculates the carbon footprint of our graphical paper products according to the ten toes of the framework set up by CEPI.
EU Ecolabel -is the official ecolabel of the European Union. The ecolabelling criteria are drawn up by responsible bodies in the Member States. To achieve certification, the products are assessed from a life cycle perspective from raw material to waste. The products have to meet strict environmental, functional and quality requirements. These requirements are tightened on a continuous basis.