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Mar 16, 2017, West Linn, Oregon - West Linn Paper Company today announces the formal launch of Capistrano coated one-side (C1S), a heavyweight grade designed for specialty packaging, converting and litho lamination. The 90 bright, gloss grade is designed to print beautifully and hold up to the rigors of folding, die-cutting, lamination or any strenuous printing and converting processes typically required for a C1S paper.

“Our Capistrano grade has been an industry leader in the high-end print market for decades,” states Tom Gallagher, President of Sales & Marketing. “The development of the heavyweight Capistrano C1S grade is a natural extension to the current product line and offers customers a reliable sheet that looks and performs at the highest level.”

Available in 70#, 80# and 95# gloss, the Capistrano C1S paper is ideal for point-of-purchase, book jackets, specialized packaging or metalizing, high-end gift wrap, converting and large format printing. The Capistrano C1S grades offer a high-gloss, high-brightness sheet with a blue-white shade and are available with FSC® or SFI® certification upon request.

West Linn Paper Company is an independent manufacturer of C2S and C1S coated free-sheet, inkjet, and specialty packaging web papers and is the oldest active paper mill in the western United States. The high-quality Sonoma® and Capistrano® brands are well-known and well-respected in the printing industry for their print quality and runnability. West Linn Paper Company offers both FSC®- and SFI®-certified products and environmentally sustainable, recycled papers with 10% to 30% PCW content. West Linn Paper Company products are sold throughout North America and are used for high-end advertising materials, direct mail, magazines, catalogs, book publishing and specialty packaging applications.

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For more information, please contact:

Jill Crossley

Director of Marketing, West Linn Paper Company


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