The pulp and paper industry produces a wide variety of cellulose-based paper products, including gloss paper, catalogue paper, drawing paper, printer paper etc. It also produces the cardboard that is used for shipping and storage of all sorts of consumer goods, as well as the pulp used for making hygiene products.
The cellulose fibres are obtained from natural wood and mixed with various chemicals to form a pulp from which paper and cardboard products can then be made. Paper is also recycled in a similar way; the used cellulose fibres are recovered from waste paper, supplemented with new cellulose fibres and mixed with chemicals in order to make new paper and cardboard products again.
FIB delivers the following custom products for this industry: