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Creating a paper that works in the label market is a difficult process involving many attributes and performance considerations. The coated paper not only has to print well but also needs to convert into individual labels and perform flawlessly on the labeling line. Labeling applications that feature paper substrates are primarily focused into two types: pressure sensitive and glue applied also known as cut and stack. Paper for these two applications can be different grades with both markets requiring performance in converting and labeling.
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