Boise presentation laser paper|
Furthermore, Boise HD:P Presentation Laser Paper provides a paper option that is priced lower than most high-end color copy papers without sacrificing quality. "The digital color printing market is booming, and the new Boise HD:P High-Definition Paper line addresses important needs for our customers," said Vince Phelan, Boise Marketing Director. Boise HD:P Presentation Laser is the first among many offerings in our new line-up of high-quality digital printing papers with exceptional value. The introduction of Boise HD:P High-Definition Papers is an example of how we listen to our customers and deliver to them the Boise Difference."
Boise digital imaging papers
Boise HD:P Presentation Laser Paper has a 96 brightness rating and is available in three different text weights including 24 lb, 28 lb and 32 lb and two cover weights including 80 lb and 100 lb. Additionally, Boise HD:P Presentation Laser Paper is offered in several traditional cut sheet sizes as well as sizes specific to digital presses: 17 x 11, 18 x 12, and 20.5 x 14.33. Digital papers featuring the larger footprint are sheeted grain short for optimal folding and finishing. Boise HD:P Presentation Laser Paper will debut at the On-Demand Conference and Exposition, April 17-19, 2007, in Boston. The Boise Paper booth number is 524. It will be made available for order by customers later in April. Additional papers in the HD:P family that are due for release later in the year include Everyday Laser, Color Copier Paper and Cover and Glossy Color Laser Paper and Cover.
About Boise Cascade
Boise, headquartered in Boise, Idaho, manufactures engineered wood products, plywood, lumber, and particleboard and distributes a broad line of building materials, including wood products manufactured by the company. Boise also manufactures a wide range of specialty and premium products, including imaging papers for the office and home and papers for pressure-sensitive applications, as well as printing and converting papers, containerboard and corrugated boxes, newsprint, and market pulp.