A thin material produced by pressing together moist pulp and drying it into flexible sheets. It is a versatile material with many uses including writing, printing, packaging, cleaning, decorating, etc.
● Kraft – Natural, bleached, wet strength, crepe.
A generic term that refers to high-grammage and high-caliper papers. It is intended to be a rigid, durable form of paper, often used in packaging. Some examples include cereal boxes, shoe boxes, folding cartons, set up boxes for jewelry, milk and juice cartons, etc.
● Bacon board
● Manila board
● Poly board
A rigid wood fiber based packaging material. Carton board is normally of at least 180 g/m2 substance and 250 microns’ thickness, used for making corrugated boxes.
● Corrugating medium
● Test linerboard
● White top linerboard
Soft, lightweight paper used for hygienic and household purposes like napkins, facial tissue, bathroom tissue, paper towels, etc.
● Towel – regular, industrial, medical, TAD
This is a term applied to such grades as off-machine coated, laminated, impregnated etc. as distinguished from printings and writings and other, grades that do not require further processing. Specialty papers and boards are often the raw materials used by other industries. Examples include sanitary papers, labels, sack papers, wrapping papers, metallized base paper, coated bag paper, etc.
● PE paper – brown and bleached
● Label paper
● Metalized paper
FINISHED PRODUCTS FOR THE FOODSERVICE INDUSTRY
Paper and plastic finished products used by the foodservice industry.
● Plastic cups and lids
● Food containers
● Aluminum paper
● Fuel gel