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FiberMark Offers Sample Book for Cosmetics

December 9, 2005

FiberMark offers a collection of packaging materials specifically created for the cosmetic industry. The Fiori by Corvon sample book, featuring a pastel color palette evoking freshness, elegance and femininity for packaging, was designed to create an emotional connection between cosmetic brands and consumers in the retail environment. A specially manufactured, coated material, Fiori by Corvon can be customized with an array of visual effects and diverse textures for most brands.
The decorative materials can be customized with a wide range of print patterns, textures and delicate embossing techniques. Fiori by Corvon is compatible with a wide variety of manufacturing and secondary processes, including die-cutting, post-embossing, screen-printing and foil stamping.
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