Cosmo's synthetic paper range will be a part of display at the company's stand at drupa

With focus on durability, printability, and sustainability, Cosmo Synthetic Paper (CSP) – a vertical of Cosmo Films – has announced eight brands to address the myriad requirements of the printing business and provide cutting-edge solutions. 

These new brands are being touted as an alternative to traditional paper in applications where durability and longevity are desired, such as commercial printing, tags & labels, retail & packaging, identification & credentials, and outdoor applications. 

Speaking about the range of Cosmo Synthetic Paper, Kulbhushan Malik, global business head, Cosmo Films said, “These latest ranges under the Cosmo Synthetic Paper provides numerous solutions for various end users in the printing industry and is compatible with diverse print media. Our synthetic paper is an increasingly popular choice among businesses looking for innovative, cost-effective, durable, and sustainable paper-based solutions. We are confident the segmentation and branding of our offering will assist our buyers make the right choice in choosing the right paper and improving our client base.”

Cosmo Synthetic Paper’s wide range of synthetic paper are:

CSP Classic [CSPR-2 (M)]: Uncoated, water-resistant synthetic substrate suitable for commercial printing applications. 

CSP Unicoat [CSPR-2 (M) TC]: Coated printable surface on Top side, ideal for vibrant printing applications.

CSP Dualcoat [CSPR-2 (M) BTC]: Both sides coated printable surface, ideal for applications demanding high-quality printing. 

CSP FlexoTuff [CSPR-2 (M) FLEXI]: Both sides coated high tear-resistant synthetic film.

CSP DigiLux [CSPR-2 (M) HR BTC]: Tailored for digital/laser printing.

CSP DigiLux – MW [CSPR-2 (MW) BTC]: Both sides coated synthetic paper with enhanced whiteness, designed for digital/laser printing.

CSP Indigo [HP Indigo]: Compatible with HP Indigo presses.

CSP Graphic [CSPR-2 (M) BTC]:  Ideal for producing large-format graphics like posters, banners, billboards, and signage.

Pushing the boundaries of possibilities, Cosmo Synthetic Paper is leading the pack in synthetic paper manufacturing, with a commitment to excellence and innovation.  Cosmo Films is a global name in specialty films for packaging, lamination, labeling, and synthetic paper. Cosmo Films partners with leading F&B and personal care brands and packaging & printing converters to enhance the end consumer experience.

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