Favini participating at SDW 2013
Favini announces its participation at Security Document World, one of the most important international events for security documentation in London, 21 to 23 May 2013.
During the past years Favini has been building a reputation for innovation and high quality design in the graphics paper market. In 2010, Favini also began to see opportunities in the security paper market. Having created a strong offer of the traditional security features, Favini has also launched a unique product called ‘Secure-Skin’, that uses special technology to emboss the paper. This product neatly brings together the worlds of security paper and luxury packaging under the concept of brand protection, adding another layer of defence against counterfeiting and imitation.
The area of security and brand protection is now an important part of Favini’s portfolio and further innovations are under development.
Visit Favini at SDW 2013, booth K25!
New concept video for Crush, the innovative eco-friendly paper
What is the special and distinctive ingredient that makes Crush unique? The secret mix of agro-industrial waste from coffee beans, olives, corn, almonds, hazelnuts, kiwi and citrus fruits.
The video tells in a short time how the residues from organic products are crushed and turned to paper – set to a medley of some traditional melodies, Balkan style. Watch it!
Madagascan reforestation and environmental protection
Favini is working to help improve the quality of life for the community of Sahavondronina by teaching more innovative farming techniques that make it possible to respect the local ecosystem.
The project is named “Voiala” and is a microcosm of community actions aimed at protecting and recreating natural resources that have been heavily exploited. At present, the inhabitants of this village in the east Madagascar, are protecting 2,077 hectares of virgin forest and in reforestatiion around the village, which has been stripped bare by decades of exploitation.
Between December and March, during the rainy season, the project has planted more than 12,500 plants donated by Favini, involving 300 people and 2 schools, covering 6 hectares.
Quarterly reports are posted to the Favini website to highlight the great progress being made.
Crush on Italian prime time TV
Rai3, one of the most important Italian TV channels, showed how Crush is manufactured.
Watch at the video: the Plant Director of Favini, Flavio Stragliotto makes Crush in just 5 minutes!
(The video is available here until 26th of March)
Favini Carte Release at FIMEC
Following its consolidation within the Latin American markets, Favini Carte Release will attend the FIMEC exhibition from 12 to 15 March in Novo Hamburgo (Brasil).
During the show our team will be pleased to present the new grains collection for the 2014 Spring/Summer season to all our customers.
Sales managers as well as technical advisors will be present at our booth and will be available for any contact and enquiry.
Looking forward to meet you there !