Newsprint paper (42-49 GSM)

Traditionally newsprint was made from wood pulp which compared to papers used for magazines was relatively inexpensive.

First manufactured by Charles Fenerty and by 1844 he was confident enough in its properties to take it to professional printers. Nowadays it is mostly produced with varying amounts of groundwood pulp and/or recycled fibre making it more environmentally friendly.

It is an uncoated paper, suitable for mono to four-colour printing on both sides.

Newsprint is available from Gould Publication Papers in reels for ColdSet Web Offset and some grades for Heatset Web Offset.
  • Newspapers
  • Supplements & Classified Sections
  • Advertising Material & Inserts