Messe Düsseldorf has chosen Arjowiggins Graphic flame retardant paper Maine M1 for the production of paper displays designed by the agency Wanda Barcelona. The designs will be on display at the forthcoming DRUPA exhibition in Dusseldorf, from May 31st to June 10th 2016
Wanda, a paper display specialist, took their inspiration from Japanese floral elements when creating these magnificent paper structures. The paper is printed on a KBA printer and cut on Highcon digital cutting machines.

You can discover these artistic exhibits, made from Maine M1 Classic 250 gsm, at the entry of the hall EN.1, hung from the glass roof, and along the walls of the DRUPA cube, Hall 6 D03.
In addition, the laser digital cutting and creasing machine manufacturer, Highcon is also using Maine M1 paper for its displays on its 841 m² booth, Hall 9 C50.

The Maine M1 range ensures public safety by preventing the spread of fire through decorative and construction items. It is recommended for displays and posters in public indoor places such as exhibition, retail stores, airports… The paper complies with the flame resistance regulation for classification M1, and B1 With a high whiteness, excellent printability and convertibility, Maine M1 is the reference within the flame retardant papers market.

The Maine M1 range is available with FSC® certification. Maine M1 is available in the following grammages: 185, 250, 320, 380 and 770 gsm.

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About Arjowiggins Graphic

Arjowiggins Graphic is a leader in the development of speciality papers and innovative environmental paper solutions for such diverse applications as transfer paper for textile industry, playing card board, gift cards, label and packaging. It is also a leader in high quality coated and uncoated recycled papers. The branch is part of Arjowiggins, the world’s leading manufacturer of creative high-tech materials and papers. With over 3,500 employees and 16 paper mills around the world, Arjowiggins generates sales of around €905 million. Arjowiggins is the manufacturing arm of Sequana.