PRESS RELEASE: CROWN LETSGO 3RDGENERATION

DATE | 28-Jan-2021

PRESS RELEASE: CROWN LETSGO 3RDGENERATION

Crown Van Gelder starts production of Crown Letsgo 3rd generation grades as of 1 February 2021. The Crown Letsgo 3rd generation grades will bring visible quality improvements in the print result of presses operating with pigment inks and provide the opportunity to improve the Total Cost of Print by reducing ink consumption (5-12%) and save on drying energy*.  

Crown Van Gelder will switch production for the following grades:

  • Crown Letsgo Universal
  • Crown Letsgo Matte
  • Crown Letsgo Silk and Bright Silk, ColorPRO branded version

Inkjet paper makes perfect sense, even now “substrate independent” solutions are offered by press manufacturers. For anyone wanting best runnability on their press, there is no alternative to good quality inkjet paper.

For more information check out our portfolios for publishingpromotional and transactional here.

The right fit
The best quality and value of publishing, commercial and transactional print are achieved when print head, ink and paper are perfectly tuned. Innovation for us means constantly working with value chain partners to stay in tune with market requirements, press and ink developments. A dedicated inkjet paper is capable of offering strong colours and a wide colour gamut at industrial print speed. Our additional in-house colour management support results in a beautiful, dimensional stable and economically printed sheet with properly dried inks, ready for error free finishing. Miklas Dronkers, CEO of the mill: “Our 3rd generation offering, ranging from bright white Crown Letsgo Universal, smooth Crown Letsgo Matte to our renowned Crown Letsgo Silk and Bright Silk with their typical silky coated look & feel, ensures our customers will stay ahead of the game”.

*Consult a Crown Van Gelder specialist for details.

Contact data:

Commercial, Perce Thrower UK (p.thrower@cvg.nl) or Bill Lee USA (b.lee@cvg.nl)
Technical, Bernard Wesselink (b.j.wesselink@cvg.nl) or Rob Boumans (r.boumans@cvg.nl)