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Vicat – Vizille

Vizille are situated on the edge of the Alps, just South of Grenoble. of technically challenging papers and boards for markets including security papers, watermarked papers, publishing papers, direct food contact grease resistant papers and boards, and plasterboard joint tapes.

Vizille produce uncoated papers and boards for a wide cross section of technically challenging markets including security papers, watermarked papers, publishing papers, direct food contact grease resistant papers and boards, and plasterboard joint tapes.

The mills main product segments are; Security Papers; Food contact papers & boards; Publishing papers; Smooth, uncoated SBS board, for Luxury packaging; and Joint tape papers for plaster board.

Among the many features Vizille can offer the Security Papers sector are bespoke watermarks, visible and invisible fibres, instant verification, and the pre-requisite UV Dull base paper.

Vizille’s range of Grease Resistant food contact papers and boards are all BfR 36.2 accredited, meaning they are certified for baking in a conventional or microwave oven. Kit levels from 2 to 10, optional wet strength and bleached or unbleached options with a substance range from 40gsm to 320gsm this provides a very comprehensive offering in this technically demanding sector.

For the Publishing market Vizille produce high bulk uncoated papers in white and off-white shades with Volumes 1.75 and 2.0.

www.vizille-vicat.com/en

Products from Vicat – Vizille

• Greaseproof paper, white and brown – BfR 36.2 accredited

• Greaseproof board, white and brown – BfR 36.2 accredited

• Watermark papers, bespoke and house

• Security Papers

• Tax stamp papers

• CBS1 paper

• Woodfree bulky publishing papers

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About Vicat – Vizille

Founded: 1593
Headquarters:
France
Speciality: Security Papers, Food Contact Papers & Publishing Papers.
Interesting Fact: The first paper mills appeared in the Vizille Plain during the 15th century, and were acquired by the Duc de Lesdiguières in 1593.

Website: www.vizille-vicat.com/en