Paper Packaging

About Paper Packaging


  • Cardboard containers
  • Paperboard: cereal, medicinal and cosmetic boxes.
  • Paper Bags: lunch, shopping and grocery bags
  • ​Shipping Sacks: animal feed, flour and cement


Virgin Paper Versus Recycled Paper

Virgin Paper

  • Less absorbent than recycled paper and therefore absorbs water slower than recycled paper
  • Preferred for good quality printing
  • Preferred for good quality printing

Recycled Paper

  • Not suitable for use in cold storage
  • Offers cost savings
  • A visible sign of customer’s commitment to preserving the environment
  • Recycled paper is available in various widths


  • Easy and economic to print and decorate in a variety of ways
  • The tensile and compressive strength of paper and board are highly variable, depending on the thickness, the type of paper and the manufacturing method.
  • Papers can be treated to improve their physical and barrier properties
  • Paper and paper board packages can be constructed in a variety of ingenious ways to provide strength, easy erection, filling, closing and opening means, and excellent graphic design potential.
  • Paper and board are inherently recyclable and made from renewable resources


  • Paper is highly moisture sensitive and its physical properties are reduced in proportion to its humidity level
  • Unsuitable for liquids (unless laminated) and heat-processed products
  • Easily pierced by the sharp objects in terms of toughness and it’s not suitable for sharp-edged products