Coated Paper

Coated Paper has a layer of surface sealant, commonly clay, to improve paper quality in terms of weight, surface gloss, smoothness or reduced ink absorbance by minimizing dot gain. It is available in two forms; one side coating (C1S) or a two side coating (C2S), typically the coated side is glossy. Light weight coated paper are generally used for magazines and books printing.

This allows for cleaner crisper printing, especially in photos, blends and fine details. Coated papers come in numerous options: gloss, matt, silk and satin finish.

Coated Paper has vibrant colors and offers a wide variety of applications including printing magazines and journals, photographs, book covers, catalogues and other promotional materials. Brochures, books, magazines, catalogues, calendars, posters, inserts, greeting cards, general printing, folders, covers, labels (containers and bottles labels) are also made of coated paper.


45-400 g/m2.

Sheet Length and width (ream)

70x100 cm, 66x88 cm, custom.

Reel diameter

Upon customer needs.


European, Chinese, Indonesian and Korean.

Coated Paper Forms

Gloss: Gloss coated paper has a high sheen. It is less bulky and opaque. Gloss paper has a reduced ink absorption.
Silk and Matt: Matt paper has very little sheen and has high bulk and opacity. It also keeps much of the ink from being absorbed by the paper and hence produces vibrant colors.