In Brazil, we are the only company to simultaneously produce three types of pulp – hardwood (eucalyptus), softwood (pine) and fluff pulp – at a single industrial unit designed exclusively for this purpose. The variety of fibers translates into a wide array of solutions and combinations that meet the characteristics of each type of paper: personal care products require softness, strength, panel integrity and absorption capacity; printing and writing paper requires strength and opacity; and special papers require made-to-order compositions.
Derived from planted pine forests, softwood pulp gives strength to tissue papers (such as toilet papers, paper towels and napkins), printing and writing paper, as well as packaging and special papers (diverse types of filters and packaging). The combination of softwood and hardwood pulp, a solution offered by Klabin’s Puma Unit, results in high-quality papers that blend strength properties in a single product.
High level of strength
Derived from planted eucalyptus forests, Klabin’s hardwood pulp is used in manufacturing different kinds of paper, such as tissue (toilet paper, paper towels and napkins), printing and writing paper and special papers.
Formation and distribution of fibers
Produced from pine softwood pulp, fluff pulp is sold in rolls and is ideal for use in high-quality infant and adult diapers and sanitary pads, due to its high panel integrity, low defibration energy and capacity for quick absorption. Thanks to this pioneering product, Brazil-based manufacturers of paper and absorbent products can use raw materials that are 100% made in Brazil, thus reducing or altogether eliminating the need for importing pulp.
Rapid absorption capacity
Ensures fluid retention
Softness and high quality