If you like amazing print results. And the planet.
When we communicate the many benefits of our carbon neutral office paper Multicopy Zero, we tend to go on about the awesomeness of not having to compromise. Highlighting its super sustainability, that it’s problem-free and offers excellent print results. But, except for the carbon neutrality, these great qualities are true, not just for Zero, but for all three papers in the range: Multicopy and Multicopy Presentation too. They’ve all got “it”!
Amazing print results
Features ColorLok® technology, giving you prints that are crisp, clear, and free from smears and blurs. In colour as well as black and white.
Problem free = stress free
The runnability is outstanding. The smooth and dust-free paper sheets flow
through your machines causing no problems or jams, saving you both time and money.
Excellent overall quality
Manufactured to the ISO 9706 standard for permanent papers and features high resistance to tearing, oxidation and contamination. And, it’s a fantastic looking paper with a premium feel to it.
The sustainable choice
Helps you meet green targets since the production process keeps fossil CO2 emissions from a minimum to zero. It carries several environmental labels and the products, as well as the packaging material, are 100% recyclable.
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Read more about Multicopy, Multicopy Zero and Multicopy Presentation here
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