Mohawk Expands Wide-Format Inkjet Portfolio to Meet Demands of Digital Printing
COHOES, N.Y.—January 22, 2016—Mohawk, North America’s largest privately-owned manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes and specialty substrates for commercial and digital printing, announces a major expansion of its wide-format inkjet portfolio to meet the needs of the rapidly growing digital printing market.
The Mohawk Wide-format Inkjet portfolio, which previously consisted of six items, expands to 112 items, featuring 32 different product lines, including: backlit, lightblock, black polyester, adhesive, Dupont Tyvek, tear resistant fabric and more.
Items in the expanded portfolio are optimized for Aqueous inks, Memjet inks, Solvent/Eco-Solvent inks, Latex inks and UV-Cured inks, and many products are compatible across multiple ink types.
“With our expanded offering of wide-format inkjet media, Mohawk is truly a one-stop shop for the broadest range of digital papers and substrates, including dry toner products, HP Indigo-compatible products, and now wide-format inkjet products,” said Mike Madura, vice president, digital, Mohawk.
Mohawk Wide-format Inkjet substrates are known for benchmark performance including outstanding color control and top coat consistency for scratch resistance. The result is vibrant and durable print quality for use across a wide range of applications including banners, posters, signs, point-of-purchase graphics, wall murals, architectural renderings and more.
Mohawk Wide-format Inkjet products are now easily searchable via Mohawk’s Digital Product Selector by media type or ink type. All products are currently available in inventory and can be ordered through Mohawk Digital Specialists or through paper merchants.
Mohawk is North America’s largest privately-owned manufacturer of fine papers and envelopes which are preferred for commercial and digital printing, photo specialties and high-end direct mail. Mohawk fine papers and envelopes include the signature brands Mohawk Superfine and Strathmore, as well as proprietary treatments Inxwell and i-Tone. With a culture of innovation, Mohawk’s business model now extends beyond paper manufacturing into new areas of growth, including digital substrates, which connect designers and printers to new markets.
As a leader in environmentally and socially responsible business practices, Mohawk was the first U.S. manufacturer of commercial printing papers to match 100 percent of its electricity with wind power renewable energy credits and the first U.S. premium paper mill to shift toward carbon neutral production. Mohawk’s portfolio of recycled papers is certified by Green Seal and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
Mohawk is a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated business based in Cohoes, New York, with global sales and operations located throughout North America, Europe and Asia.