February 15, 2011
2:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. Pacific)
PaperSpecs and Kallima Paper host “Your Guide to the New FSC Labels,” a free webinar where FSC Canada Program Officer Monika Patel will answer your questions about the new FSC Labeling Standard now in effect.
Palo Alto, California – January 31, 2011 – Did you know you now have more graphic freedom when using the new FSC labeling standard? Have you heard that the deadline for phasing out the old label standard has been extended? Is any of this news to you?
In the next free PaperSpecs webinar, “Your Guide to the New FSC Labels,” FSC Canada Program Officer Monika Patel will share her considerable expertise, explain the new labeling requirements, and help you get on the right track.
“There are many misconceptions about FSC and FSC labels in the marketplace. This webinar will help to clear up any confusion on FSC labels and how to use them,” says Sabine Lenz, founder of PaperSpecs.com.
Patel will provide essential information on:
– FSC Labels: what the new labels actually are and why they were created
– FSC Label Definitions: what each label title signifies
– FSC Label Use: selecting the correct label, proper label placement, obtaining label approvals
– Graphic Requirements: updates to color, border and background
You don’t want to miss “Your Guide to the New FSC Labels.” It’s an opportunity to hear firsthand from an FSC expert on the updated FSC Trademark Standard.
This webinar is free thanks to the generous support of Kallima Paper. Space is limited, so reserve your seat today for this special event at www.paperspecs.com/webinar.
About Monika Patel
Monika Patel joined the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Canada team in 2008. As FSC Canada’s program officer, Monika works closely with certificate holders and partners to develop communications tools and maintain up-to-date records of FSC-certified products and companies, organize event participation, and brand management. Monika holds a post-graduate certificate in Corporate Communications from Seneca College and a degree in English Literature from York University. Monika has previous experience in marketing communications within the not-for-profit and IT solutions industries.
About Kallima Paper / Tembec Paper Group
Located in Temiscaming, Quebec, the Tembec Paper Group is a dynamic state-of-the-art Canadian manufacturer of fully bleached lightweight coated paperboard. Since its inception in 1990, the Paperboard Group has maintained a relentless focus on quality, innovation, customer service and solid environmental ethics.
Kallima is the Tembec Paper Group’s signature brand encompassing a range of high performance coated cover paperboard products used in commercial printing, publishing, prestige packaging, high-impact graphic corrugated containers, point-of-purchase displays and litho-laminated packaging. The Tembec Paperboard Group’s customers in Canada, United States and the rest of the world rely on Kallima’s superior quality and the savings realized through Kallima’s unique low-density construction resulting in a significant basis weight advantage over competing products.
In addition to such an impressive line-up of Kallima products, the Tembec Paper Group is extremely proud of its industry leading environmental practices. Tembec was first in North America to receive FSC certification, which now extends to 100 percent of the 24 million acres of forest it directly manages, making Tembec one of the largest producers of FSC products in the marketplace and a leading supplier of FSC pulp. A 56 percent reduction of greenhouses gases over the last six years is another proud achievement and a testament of Tembec’s continuous and tireless effort to maintain its leadership in environmental initiatives. To learn more about the Tembec Paper Group and Kallima, please visit www.tembec.com or www.kallimapaper.com.
Finding the most accurate information on paper availability, green certifications and trends like digital paper options is a challenge for designers, print buyers and paper purchasers worldwide. This reality inspired Sabine Lenz, designer and author, to create PaperSpecs, the first independent and comprehensive Web-based paper selection tool. The search mechanism is specifically designed to help paper specifiers easily and quickly find the paper that meets their project’s sustainability goals, creative vision and process requirements.
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