New York, NY – Case Makes, an Indiana-based laminating and coating division of the Case Paper family, is launching a new fully recyclable laminated product, LuMet®, at LUXE PACK New York June 15th and 16th. This will be Case Makes’ first time exhibiting at the show, where they plan to make a splash introducing themselves to the luxury packaging community.

“We know how important sustainability is for our customers, their customers, and everyday consumers,” says Simon Schaffer-Goldman, President of Case. “The launch of LuMet® is one of Case’s many sustainability initiatives that we’re working on in order to do our part in creating a better world today and for generations to come.”

LuMet® is a laminated paperboard product that utilizes plastic-free transfer metallized film, allowing it to be an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional foil and film laminated products. Case Makes product formula was tested by the University of Western Michigan, who proved it to be a fully recyclable packaging solution.

Entry to the LUXE PACK New York show is free for pre-registered industry professionals. Secure your badge today and be sure to visit Case Makes at Booth # F19!


Case Makes may be a new name in the industry, but with over 15 years of experience in laminates and coatings, the company has a strong history of working closely with printers, packaging professionals, and brands to make projects amazing. Whether it’s through adding a jaw-droppingly gorgeous rainbow holographic pattern to a print material or providing a special coating to enhance packaging effectiveness, Case Makes has a talented team ready to make your ideas a reality. For more information, please visit


Established in 1943, Case Paper is one of the largest privately held distributors and converters of paper and board for the printing and packaging industries. With divisions in California, Pennsylvania, New York, Illinois, Texas, Florida, and North Carolina, we have a strong commitment to being “on the case” for every customer by providing precisely the paper and board they need, when and where they need it. For more information, please visit