BIELEFELD, Germany , Aug. 14, 2014 (Press Release) -
With JETSCRIPT MH 1484 CCB, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper is introducing a totally unique, coated inkjet paper. Unique because it is equipped at the factory with a distinctive and anti-counterfeit security feature: a coloured inlay.
By simply tearing the paper, the blue inlay is visible. Thus, an on-the-spot test of authenticity is possible, even under unfavourable testing conditions; without any extra equipment - simply, quickly and reliably.
MH 1484 CCB is produced using the proven coating technology of Mitsubishi HiTec Paper. With its uniform matt surface, brilliant colours and individual, personalized printouts are achievable. Designed for use with dye and pigment inks, it is suitable for high-speed inkjet printing as well as for classic large format printing.
MH 1484 CCB is the ideal inkjet paper for tickets to sporting and other events, and also for lotteries and gaming tickets, coupons, vouchers, VIP passes and much more. In short, a universal security solution for sophisticated and individual printing jobs, which opens up potential new applications to digital printers.
Now available exclusively from your Mitsubishi partner.
Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe GmbH is a German subsidiary of Mitsubishi Paper Mills Ltd., Japan, one of the world's most important manufacturers of speciality paper. The roughly 700 employees at Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe produce high-quality thermal papers (thermoscript), digital imaging papers (jetscript), carbonless papers (giroform) and label papers (supercote) at two tradition-rich locations in Bielefeld and Flensburg.
Each factory stands out for integrated paper production, state-of-the-art production machinery and innovative coating technologies. Through its dense global sales network, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe supplies a full range of speciality papers featuring a modular system for every application - and is a highly capable partner whenever customised coated communication paper solutions are required.
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