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FUTURE FOCUS FROM ANTALIS

Antalis thanks customers for their support by offering a promotion that will benefit customers’ businesses, whilst also helping them to reach sustainability objectives.

The Coronavirus pandemic has unreservedly had a devastating impact on the print industry. Businesses have had to look at new approaches, adapt to new working conditions and look at ways to diversify. Antalis believes that it is in times like these that working together in trusted partnerships makes all the difference.
To recognise the loyalty of their customers and to support them in re-establishing their businesses over the coming months, Antalis is launching a new promotion, ‘Future Focus’. The campaign is designed to reward customers and support their businesses and environmental goals through the rest of 2020, and beyond.
Running from 1st September to 30th November 2020, the promotion will allocate customers points on all Antalis purchases. Additional points can be achieved when purchasing specific product lines and, as sustainability is one of Antalis’ core values, additional points and rewards can also be achieved by carbon offsetting materials or through online trading.
Prizes include an electric van, carbon offsetting their business for a year, or offsetting all their Antalis purchases. A further 500 rewards are on offer including carbon offsetting credits, carbon footprint reporting and a range of free paper products.
Bruce Munro, Commercial Director – Papers & Visual Communication at Antalis said “Future Focus aims to reward customers as a valued partner of Antalis. With an exciting future ahead as part of the KPP (Kokusai Pulp & Paper) Group, we look forward to innovating, collaborating and working in partnership with our customers to achieve a successful and sustainable future.”
Open to all UK commercial printers, customers need to register for the scheme by visiting ask.antalis.com/futurefocus and entering their details by 31st August 2020.

www.antalis.com

 

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