Paperboard types for any project
We offer a wide range of premium paperboard products, including those made from high-quality virgin fibre and ones composed of 100% recycled fibre. All our paperboards have been industry-tested and vetted by our team, who have a strong understanding of various issues and challenges.
Our dedication to continuous process improvement allows us to consistently deliver high-quality packaging while providing the best safety and traceability guarantees. We’re ISO, BRCGS and GMI-certified, ensuring you get high-quality products.
Browse our paperboard types and let our team help you bring your project to life.
Solid Bleached Sulphate (SBS)
SBB has a smooth surface and excellent ink retention for enhanced printability and consistent branding. It meets many national food industry requirements.
Coated Recycled Board (CRB)
Made from 100% recycled fibre, CRB is widely used in high-volume packaging, like cereal and pasta boxes. It meets multiple national food industry requirements.
Solid Unbleached Sulfate (SUS)
SUS, also called Coated Natural Kraft (CNK) by some manufacturers, is known for its durability and strength. It meets multiple national food industry requirements.
Folding Box Board (FBB)
Lightweight and durable, FBB is available in a wide range of styles. It has a natural feel that lends itself well to high-end printing. It offers enhanced performance suitable for all types of applications and end uses. FBB is made from renewable materials, making it an important part of the circular economy.
Uncoated Recycled Paperboard (URB)
Also known as particleboard, URB is an uncoated multi-purpose paper product made from 100% recycled fibre. It’s commonly used in applications where stiffness and rigidity are important, but folding and bending are not. It meets multiple national food industry requirements.
Micro-flute is a very thin material that consists of a corrugated flute sheet between two outer sheets of non-corrugated or flat paperboard. Compared to corrugated fibreboard, micro-flute has superior printing capabilities.