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Spicers introduces new Kavalan non-PVC banner media

Spicers introduces new Kavalan non-PVC banner media

Spicers has announced Kavalan - a ground-breaking alternative to PVC banners that is lightweight and boasts superior environmental credentials.

The Kavalan PVC-free banner media range is specifically designed for responsible end-of-life disposal and can be safely disposed of regardless of whether it is recycled, put into landfill or incinerated in waste-to-energy schemes.

Kavalan materials are revolutionising the large-format digital print industry, paving the way for meeting zero PVC targets while matching the physical qualities and appearance of traditional PVC banner materials.

Products in the Kavalan range include: Sunlight, for signage, events, and exhibitions; Moonlight, for lightboxes and banners; Butterfly, for indoor and short-term outdoor two-way signage and hanging banners; and Spiderweb, for internal & external banners and window curtains. All media is compatible with UV and latex printing.

“Introducing the Kavalan range to our portfolio allows us to better align with our customers' sustainable initiatives,” says Wayne Hood, Spicers Sign & Display Portfolio Manager. “We are constantly searching the world for new products which meet best-practice standards in manufacturing, performance and sustainability. Kavalan is a perfect addition to our range offering a non-PVC solution to our customers.”

“It’s so important with products like Kavalan, with the potential to disrupt and transform the market for PVC banners, that our partners understand and champion the Kavalan philosophy. Throughout our correspondence with Spicers in Australia, it has been clear that Mr Wayne Hood and his team connect with our environmentally responsible mission and appreciate what Kavalan can do for our industry,” adds Vincent Lin, Vice President, TAYA Groups. “On top of this, Spicers possesses the technical expertise, marketing prowess and commitment to excellence that will surely see this partnership exceed our expectations. We are delighted to be embarking on this next chapter of our green journey with Spicers Australia.”

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