Pulp

We supply to the market three types of pulp – hardwood pulp (eucalyptus), softwood pulp (pine) and fluff – produced in a single industrial unit entirely designed for this purpose. The variety of fibers translates into a wide gamut of solutions and combinations that meet the characteristics of each type of paper: hygiene products require softness, strength and absorption capacity; paper for writing and printing requires strength and opacity; specialty papers, with specific properties, require customized composition.

 

Hardwood pulp

Produced from planted forests, hardwood pulp is used in different types of paper, such as tissue paper (mainly toilet paper, towels and napkins), printing and writing paper and specialty papers.

Softwood pulp

From pulp-planted forests, long-fiber pulp confers properties such as tissue resistance (toilet paper, towels and napkins, especially), printing and writing papers, packaging and special papers (various types of filters and packaging special). The combination of long and short fiber celluloses, a solution available in the new industrial unit, results in high quality papers, which can combine various properties such as softness, opacity and strength in a single product.

Fluff pulp

Converted from pine softwood pulp, fluff pulp, sold in reels, is ideal for use in top quality diapers and sanitary pads, with quick absorption capacity.