Lessebo Kaskad now available in South Korea via Doosung paper

Lessebo Paper announces today the launch of Lessebo Kaskad at Doosung Paper, which makes one of the most environmentally friendly, high quality coloured paper ranges available to customers in South Korea. Lessebo Paper has been producing paper since 1693, making it one of the oldest paper manufacturers in Sweden. The company focuses on sustainable and innovative graphic paper in the premium segment.

Lessebo Kaskad is an environmentally friendly paper manufactured in Sweden from chlorine free pulp (TCF).

The quality is acid free, has a matt, non-reflective surface and is resistant to ageing in accordance with ISO 9706. Lessebo Kaskad is already available in a large number of countries and is a very popular quality to use for luxury packaging applications – such as liner for boxes and quality paper bags – but also for books and other creative printing matter.

Doosung Paper is a South Korean paper merchant established in 1982 that today is represented at 6 locations across the country. The company has several paper stores across South Korea and their Doosung Paper Gallery and design education center are cultural spaces for designers and artists, which perfectly complements their offer to the market.

“We are proud to be working together with Doosung Paper, serving the South Korean market with Lessebo Kaskad and our other high quality, environmentally friendly papers of Lessebo Paper,” states John Tucker, Sales Manager at Lessebo Paper in North and South America, Asia and South Africa.

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