Fedrigoni self-adhesive labels are becoming more eco-friendly

Monday 12. February 2024 - Manter by Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives adhesive technologies and the outstanding quality of the distinctive Fedrigoni papers come together to create an innovative, elegant and exclusive product - premium self-adhesive papers with superb felt-marked textures.

A commitment to sustainability and a strong focus on synergy within the Fedrigoni Group come together in a versatile and sophisticated collection: Manter by Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives’ Cotone range. Industrial waste cotton fibres take the leading role in luxury labels that are ideally suited for embossing and debossing.
A versatile, sophisticated and, above all, unrivalled collection. The main ingredients are cotton fibres from textile waste, which we carefully process to create exclusive labels for a wide range of applications. This is Manter by Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives’ Cotone range.
The papers used for the self-adhesive face materials are produced by a number of companies within the group and feature a high grammage, which makes them ideal for embossing and debossing.
The collection consisting of Bianco, Extra Bianco, Nero Felt and Nero Intenso papers is now joined by two new products: Essenza and Bianco Sabbia, two highly sought-after solutions on the market, which have a more textured surface that is rougher to the touch. All labels in the Cotone range are treated with UWS and Barrier technology to ensure maximum performance in terms of adhesion and resistance to tearing and humidity.
“The Cotone range tells a story of synergies and careful use of resources. It embodies the sense of collaboration that permeates within the Fedrigoni Group, an important work of synergy resulting both from the coming together of the world of paper and quality self-adhesives and from the choice of materials manufactured by several companies in the group”, says Susana Fajardo, Product Manager for Premium Papers at Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives. “Sustainability is at the heart of the collection: instead of cellulose, we use cotton waste, which is no longer useful to the textile industry. For us, achieving a circular economy through the use of recycled materials is not only a necessity, but also an opportunity to innovate, create and set ourselves apart.”
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