Multicopy Zero - a paper with a mission

Watch our brand new Multicopy Zero film and find out how this ”paper with a mission” can decrease your company’s carbon footprint and help you save the planet. Sheet by sheet.

Multicopy Zero Film

Write, draw and fold to show that you care

Why not give the exclusive gift of something handwritten, drawn or printed to somebody you care about? Here is a bit of inspiration from us at Multicopy.

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Looking to reduce your carbon footprint?

It doesn’t have to mean lowering your standards. Multicopy Zero is a carbon neutral and hassle-free premium paper for all office machines. There’s no need to compromise.

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Environmentally friendly, and it ticks all the boxes a premium office paper should.

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Multicopy Zero

Multicopy Zero

A carbon-neutral, sustainabile premium paper with exceptional printing results in all office machines.

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From roots to branches

The Nordic forest is our home, so sustainable forestry management is second nature to everyone involved with Multicopy. For every tree that is made into paper, we replant two to three new ones.

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Feel-good things to do in the forest!

Decreased stress levels, strengthened immune system, higher concentration, better memory … The reasons to spend more time in the forest are numerous. And as if the soothing power of nature wasn’t enough, there’s also a lot to discover when it comes to wildlife. Get inspired to get out in the forest with this article!

How to decide what office paper to buy online – 6 important attributes

Where do most people buy their office paper? What paper attributes are important to look for to get the best printing results? And what can you expect when upgrading your office paper?

Print better – entering a new printing era

Quality and sustainability demands seem to be on the rise when it comes to choosing office paper. At least according to more than 2300 respondents from our recent market study. Could we say that a new conscious printing era is here – to stay? If so, what can companies and industries do to live up to the demands?

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