Klabin Kraft Paper

Klabin Kraft Paper provide resistance, excellent printability and the possibility of multiple applications for those who need to transport products with versatility and safety. Superior resistance with reduced weight and better uniformity. Paper made from chemical pulp in the Kraft process, a mix of pine and eucalyptus fibers, with excellent burst strength, ring crush strength (TCR) and tensile energy absorption (TEA), outstanding printability and multiple possibilities of applications. Klabin Kraft Paper is considered the best solution in the market and offers excellent performance in a wide range of industrial equipment, such as corrugators and printers.

  • KlaLiner - Paper made from chemical pulp in the Kraft process, meeting the specifications required for use in covers or linings of corrugated cardboard boxes. They are papers with excellent performance in corrugators and printers. It is certified to come into contact with foods (FDA/ISEGA).
  • KlaLiner White - A three-layer composition in which the upper layer consists of bleached pulp fibers and the middle and bottom layers consist of semi-chemical pulp fibers. The paper meets the physical, mechanical and whiteness specifications required for use in covers or linings of corrugated cardboard boxes. With a homogeneous white surface, it guarantees excellent print quality in the various polychrome processes. Ideal for the manufacturing of boxes of high value products. It is certified to come into contact with foods (FDA/ISEGA).
  • Klaflat - Paper made of a mix of 100% virgin pine and eucalyptus fibers. Its diversified portfolio meets the requirements for lighter weight packages with quality. The best option for industrial backs, bags and packaging in general.

Forest Paper products are supplied above 2 tons in reels, reams or skids, with minimum reel size of 150 mm and maximum of 2400 mm as required by the customer. For cutting on sheets, we have the capacity to meet between 400 mm to 2000 mm in the fiber direction (cross section) and 300 mm to 1650 mm in the longitudinal direction.