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|Cast coated paper||Provides the highest gloss surface of all coated papers and boards||Labels, covers, cartons and cards|
|Calendered or glossy paper||Paper that has gone through a glazing process – can be both coated and uncoated||Colour printing|
|Machine finished paper||Paper which has been finished on the papermaking machine and is smooth on both sides||Booklets and brochures|
|Lightweight coated||A thin, coated paper, which can be as light as 40 g/m2.||Magazines, brochures and catalogues|
|Matt finished paper||The relative roughness of the paper surface prevents light from being reflected. Can be both coated and uncoated||Magazines, brochures and catalogues|
|Machine coated||Paper that has the coating applied whilst it is still on the paper machine||All types of coloured print|
|Silk or silk matt finished papers||Like matt finished coated paper the surface is smooth but without reflections, which means that it combines high readability with high image quality||Product Booklets and Brochures|