“Sustainability Meets Art“ Event in Düsseldorf, Germany

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The second event in the “Sustainability meets …” series, which was held in Düsseldorf last week, provided further evidence that the Koehler Paper Greiz site has attained premium status. The event, held under the tagline “Sustainability meets art,” brought together artists, creatives, designers, and print and media specialists under one roof at the Sturmfreie Bude venue in Düsseldorf.


Attendees were given the chance to find out about the latest trends and developments in the paper industry and discuss them with Koehler experts. The program featured a number of high-caliber speakers, among them Olaf Hartmann and Stephan Overkott. The event series is the complete package, making it an ideal meeting place for the industry.


Art World Seeking Sustainable Solutions


The art world is no longer merely concerned with paper’s visual and tactile properties but also with its sustainability credentials. Koehler recycled paper offers the ideal solution here, meeting the very highest standards in terms of both sustainability and luxury. Stephan Overkott, Marketing & Art Expert at artstar GmbH, spoke enthusiastically in his keynote about sustainable Koehler premium paper. Manufactured from 100 percent secondary fiber material and bearing the “Blue Angel” environmental label, Koehler’s paper underlines its ecological credentials and provides clear added value. “Our paper offers a sustainable alternative, with no compromises made in terms of quality, reliability, or appearance,” says Udo Hollbach, Managing Director of the Koehler Paper Greiz site. In May, the international print sector will come together at drupa, the world’s leading trade fair for print technology, held in Düsseldorf, Germany. Koehler will also be in attendance, showcasing its sustainable solutions for the art world at the Koehler Group stand A20 in Hall 4.