Folding boxboard

Recycled board

Solid board


Solid Bleached Board



A paperboard made from pure bleached chemical pulp with two or three layers of coating on the top surface and one layer on the reverse. There are several types of paperboard: they can come from conifer or broad-leaved trees. To produce the pure cellulose of these paperboards, the bark is stripped off from the wood and the wood itself is chipped and undergoes a chemical attack. The result is a high-density paperboard, with a high degree of printability, perfect for the graphic industry and for packaging.


The properties of SBS paperboards are great for what concerns quality, mechanical resistance, pureness, and also for the whiteness achieved. In fact, pure cellulose paperboards can last for a very long time and, as they don’t contain lignin , they are not likely to turn yellow. It is used in such markets as cosmetics, graphics, pharmaceuticals, tobacco and luxury packaging. It can also be combined with other materials to make liquid packaging board.


Solid Unbleached Board


 A paperboard made from pure unbleached chemical pulp with two or three layers of coating on the top surface. In some cases a white reverse surface is applied. It is primarily used in the packaging of beverages such as bottles and cans as it is very strong and can be made resistant to water which is essential during the packing process. It is also used in a wide variety of general packaging areas where strength is important. Moreover, because of its purity it’s used for the production of packing for dry foods and thanks to its resistance to water it’s used also for packing frozen foods.