Wider UK audience

Premier secures myCordenons UK distribution deal

Six product ranges from myCordenons have been added to Premier's portfolio
Six product ranges from myCordenons have been added to Premier's portfolio

Premier has secured a merchanting deal for myCordenons products from Italian specialty paper manufacturer Fedrigoni.

Six product ranges from myCordenons will be available from Premier, stocked at its Minworth warehouse, including: myBohème, myKingdom, myReef, myNotturno, myLeatherlike and myFlora.

Premier’s sampling service and next-day delivery will apply to all ranges.

Among the brand’s uncoated papers are luxury packaging paper myBohème, a range of felt-market whites in four finishes, and myKingdom, a range of white papers with a 15% cotton content.

Also uncoated are myFlora, a partially recycled, flecked paper with 10% cotton content that will be available in a “natural and sophisticated” colour palette, and myNotturno, an “intense” and “velvety” black stock with weights from 110 to 700gsm.

Coated substrates include myReef, a sandy, textured stock with pulp-dyed colours inspired by the ocean, and myLeatherlike, an embossed range for statement packaging that imitates leather textures.

"We are excited to partner with Premier in bringing myCordenons brand to a wider audience in the UK," said Lindsay Robinson, head of subsidiary at Fedrigoni Special Papers UK.

"This collaboration aligns with our commitment to delivering exceptional quality and variety to our customers, and Premier’s expertise and reputation in the industry make them a strategic partner."

Geoff Parnell, corportate key account director at Premier, added: “The addition of myCordenons to our portfolio further strengthens our commitment to providing our customers with creative paper options.

“We look forward to a successful collaboration and the opportunity to offer even more choice to our customers."

MyCordenons was acquired by Fedrigoni in 2018, but can trace its roots back centuries. The company’s mill has been manufacturing paper on the same site in Cordenons, Udine Province,  since at least 1630.