Holmen TRND is the perfect paper if you dare to challenge conventions and have creative ambitions for your magazine. The rough surface gives it a both serious and bold feel. It makes your magazine stand out from the glossy magazines in the newsstands.
Great image reproduction
The feel of Holmen TRND might be rough, but don’t be fooled by the surface. Holmen TRND is an uncoated magazine paper with great image reproduction and print result. Combined with the wide range of grammages available this gives you every possibility to realize your ideas. Holmen TRND is suitable for heatset, coldset, digital and waterless printing, and can be sheet feed printed with amazing results.
40 percent lighter
Holmen TRND is produced from fresh fibre, giving it a strong advantage compared to paper based on recovered fibre. The higher bulk means that it’s more voluminous and that the paper weighs less while remaining its thickness.
By choosing Holmen TRND instead of a coated wood free paper, your magazine can become up to 40 percent lighter but with the same thickness. Just imagine what that does to your distribution costs. With higher bulk you can buy fewer tonnes. You will still get the same print surface! Or you can buy the same amount of paper as before and add more pages.
From sustainably managed Swedish forests
Holmen TRND gives your magazine an organic and natural feel – and it really is a climate smart product. We operate according to globally recognized standards and Holmen TRND 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 paper's carbon footprint per tonne, based on the CEPI framework with ten toes. The carbon footprint also shows how much carbon dioxide this renewable material has captured from the atmosphere.