More than 50 different inkjet media are available for our international B2B customers: with matt, satin, semi or high gloss surfaces, coated single or double-sided, in small format, plotter or jumbo rolls, even microporous photo paper or de-inkable paper for high-speed inkjet printing. We offer a tailored solution for every application. Even individually packaged.


At a glance

  • Substance range from  88 - 290 g/m²
  • Single-sided and double-sided
  • Different surfaces:

    • matt
    • satin
    • semi-glossy
    • high gloss

  • Excellent compatibility with dye and pigment inks
  • Microporous photo papers
  • FOGRA certified proofing papers
  • ISEGA certified papers for food contact
  • INGEDE certified, de-inkable media
  • Special papers for the commercial high-speed inkjet printing
  • Large colour gamut for excellent colour reproduction
  • All popular sheet sizes, plotter and jumbo roll widths and individual packaging solutions
  • ICC profiles, compatibility guides and print system settings
  • Testing and training at our in-house Application Centre
  • FSC®Mix and PEFC™ certified


 Further information and downloads regarding our digital imaging papers can be found here.


High quality coated inkjet photo papers for professional and amateur photographers. For demanding inkjet printing, for example in photo labs. With high contrast and brilliant colours. Microporous, high-gloss, cast coated and embossed media for large and small format printing.

Signage / Posters

Professional single and double-side coated inkjet papers for printing CAD drawings, POS signage and posters. Designed for optimum print-cost performance. From matt coated up to microporous media for full-colour prints of the highest quality. For indoor and outdoor use.


Special coated inkjet media for the proofing sector. Designed to meet the high demands of professional designers, agencies and publishers. Single and double side coated. Matt, satin and microporous papers for imposition, layout and colour proofing. FOGRA certified.

High-Speed Inkjet

Inkjet paper for high-speed inkjet printing. Developed for two-sided printing on HP systems, Xerox Impika, Kodak, Océ/Canon, Ricoh, Screen, Fuji and other leading OEMs. Wide colour gamut gives best reproduction of all colours, including critical shades. For transpromo & transaction, direct mail & envelopes, publishing and security applications.


The combination of our high quality inkjet papers with today's inkjet printing technology allows for full colour labels and stickers – also in individual runs. High opacity and dot sharpness combined with high quality black for good barcode readability. Matt, semi-glossy and high-gloss coated.


High quality coated inkjet paper with blue base paper: a unique security paper. A simple tear shows the authenticity of the product without the need for further technical devices. Ideal for admission and other tickets, coupons and all printed products which need to be forgery proof.

Further information and downloads regarding our digital imaging papers can be found here.

Inkjet printing is a non-contact printing method. The print image is generated by targeted propelling or deflecting and steering droplets of ink. Following printing methods can be distinguished:

  • Continuous Inkjet
  • Drop On Demand

    • Thermal Inkjet
    • Piezo Inkjet 

We distinguish these inkjet inks:

  • Water based inks

    • Dye inks
    • Pigment inks

  • Solvent inks
  • Oil based inks

For all printing methods and inks the print quality crucially depends on the paper used.

Best print results are achieved only with specially coated inkjet papers – such as our jetscript products. The ink is fixed in the ink receiving layer, and unable to penetrate into the cellulose fibres. This enables print images with impressive sharpness and brilliant colours.

In addition, the special ink receiving layer leads to an extraordinary large colour gamut, fast drying properties, best ink compatibility and significant savings in ink.

Jetscript inkjet papers - for all inkjet printing technologies and all inks.

Ink absorption in the paper cross section
Ink absorption in the paper cross section
Colour gamut
Colour gamut