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Full production capacity of the new folio line at Mondi’s Neusiedler mill

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Following the installation, handover and optimisation phases that took place during the second half of 2017, the new folio line at Mondi’s Neusiedler mill in Austria has already been running at full capacity since the beginning of 2018.

marketingei others logo 8795This completes the latest step of a multi-year project that is turning Mondi Neusiedler into a specialized manufacturer of premium paper for professional printing.

With the new folio line, Mondi can already meet the demands of customers in the area of the growing digital and graphical print market in a more flexible and targeted way. The folio sheeter enables the mill to provide formats ranging from 32x32 cm to 140x160 cm and grammages from 50 to 400 g/m². Digital formats can now be offered in 3 options: reams in a box, bulk packed and reams on pallet. Additionally it offers more variety, especially with its long cutting length enabling banner formats.

The installation of this folio line effectively completes Mondi’s paper portfolio around its key brands Color Copy, the perfect paper for digital colour printing and PERGRAPHICA®, the premium design paper range that covers the needs of the creative and commercial print industries.

Mondi is an international packaging and paper Group, employing around 25,000 people across more than 30 countries. Our key operations are located in central Europe, Russia, North America and South Africa. In 2016, Mondi had revenues of €6.7 billion and a return on capital employed of 20.3%.

We are fully integrated across the packaging and paper value chain - from managing forests and producing pulp, paper and compound plastics, to developing effective and innovative industrial and consumer packaging solutions. With over 100 products customised into more than 100,000 solutions, we offer more than you may expect. Leading brands around the world rely on our innovative technologies and products across a variety of industries such as agriculture; automotive; building and construction; chemicals and dangerous goods; food and beverages; graphic and photographic; home and personal care; medical and pharmaceutical; office and professional printing; packaging and paper converting; pet care; retail and e-commerce; and shipping and transport.

We believe sustainable development makes good business sense. It's integral to our responsible and profitable growth, and embedded in everything we do, every day. We continue to look for ways to do more with less, promote the responsible management of ecosystems, develop and inspire our people, and enhance the value that our sustainable product solutions create.

Mondi has a dual listed company structure, with a primary listing on the JSE Limited for Mondi Limited under the ticker code MND and a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange for Mondi plc, under the ticker code MNDI. We have been included in the FTSE4Good Index Series since 2008 and the JSE's Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Index since 2007.

About Mondi Uncoated Fine Paper
Mondi Uncoated Fine Paper is part of Mondi Group. In 4 paper mills in Austria, Slovakia, and Russia Mondi Uncoated Fine Paper produces environmentally sound office and professional printing papers tailored to the latest professional digital print technology. The company complies with the strictest international certification standards to support sustainable production processes through the responsible management of forest, water and air resources. All Mondi uncoated fine papers belong to the Green Range of papers that are FSC® or PEFC™ certified, 100% recycled or bleached entirely without chlorine.

Its renowned brands such as Color Copy, DNS®, IQ, MAESTRO®, NAUTILUS®, BIO TOP 3®, PERGRAPHICA® or Snegurochka are used in office environments on laser or inkjet printers and by professional printers on digital or offset presses to create brochures, transactional material, folders, invitations, business cards, letterheads or other high-impact communication.

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