Japanese Coated Book Stock
Coated Book Stock: Origin: Japan Source: printing shop in sheets and trimmed, coated, printed paper Packing: in bales Quantity available: 300MT
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• Bale Size: 1.9 x 1.1 x 1.1 m • Moisture content : ~12% (Depends on weather) • Minimum Order Amount : 40ft 1cntr (~21MT) • Supply amount : 300MT/month
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