Paper Products

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Paper Products


Traditionally, newsprint is made from fibers obtained from various softwood species (most commonly spruce, fir, balsam fir or pine).

However, it is made from recycled pulp. It is used in different fields in the Paper, Textile, Printing and Packaging sectors.

The newspaper paper, which falls in the range of 40 to 65 GSM grams, is cheap, durable and suitable for four-color printing. Apart from printing purposes, it can be used as newspaper paper, boxes, tray liners, filling material for wrapping and packaging.


• It is produced by completely recycled waste paper.
• Made from 100% recycled fiber.
• It is widely used today, where recycling is of great importance.
• Explosion values can vary between 2-3,5 kPa and weights can vary between 90-125 gr/m².
• The products consist of three layers and are used for the inner and outer layers of Testliner cardboard boxes.
• Testliner is divided into three categories based on quality, these are LH, LE and LF
• Due to its Kraft-based structure, its strength values are high.
• It is the most preferred paper type on surfaces because it is economical.
• Resin and starch are added to its production.
• It can be dark or light in color.
• Recycled paper-based paper type with both explosion and moisture resistance below kraftliner according to its class.
• It can be used on the inside and outside of boxes that are generally not exposed to moisture and humidity and do not require very high strength.


• Testliner paper is a two-poly product.
• The top of the paper is made of bleached non-recycled fiber or blended recycled fiber.
• The brown or gray underside is made of 100% recycled fibres.
• Testliner, which is completely recycled from waste paper, is the most preferred paper type on surfaces due to its economy. Resin and starch are added to its production. It can be dark or light in color.
• They are produced by using white cellulose on the upper surfaces of Testliner papers.
• Testliner is obtained by dyeing the paper white.
• It is very resistant in pressure and strength.
• White testliner, which is important to recycle, is widely used today.
• Since it is produced in wide ranges, its burst value is between 2 and 3.5 kPa.
• It is an indispensable packaging raw material for our customers who attach importance to advertising and visuality.
• This paper, which is highly preferred with its features such as printability, visual and aesthetic quality, is used as interior and exterior paper.
• It gives very good results in flexo and masterflex printing.


It is a type of paper made from the pulp obtained by cooking waste paper and straw.

It is used as corrugated, middle and inner surface paper of corrugated cardboard, which can alternatively be used as a protective wrapping paper.

The corrugation provides protection by filling in the empty spaces in the outer casing, providing a cushioning support for the primary product.

Despite their high surface crushing values, they are easily affected by moisture.

It can be used on the inside and outside of the boxes that are generally not exposed to moisture and humidity and do not require very high strength.

It is a paper derivative used in corrugated cardboards based on paper. It is a quality industrial paper made of waste paper with high static and dynamic load resistance and giving the user expectations.

The use of this type of paper, which has been produced in our country since 1977, is widespread.

Kraftliner Board

• It is a type of high-strength paper produced by sulphate process from trees with long fibers.
• Kraft means strong in German.
• Kraft papers produced in forest-rich countries are exported to countries with insufficient production.
• Kraft liner is produced only by Seka in our country. the part that cannot be met is imported.
• Kraft papers are generally produced in brown, that is, natural color, but they can also be produced as white top, if desired, by using white cellulose only on the upper surface or completely white.
• Explosion values, which are indicators of durability, can vary between 3.5-5 kPa, and their weight can vary between 125-450 gr/m2.
• It has a high cellulose ratio and is resistant to moisture and humidity.
• It is the type of paper with the highest strength, especially preferred in overseas shipments and cold storages.
• It can be used on interior and exterior surfaces.
• It is an outer surface paper preferred by many people, especially in the export sector, with its gloss, color, strength and easy printing.