Century Pulp and Paper, a leading manufacturer offering an extensive range of writing and printing grades from uncoated wood free offset, cut size to specific industrial/specialty grades. With a daily production in excess of 650 Ton 4 machines, CPP is a prominent player in the country with USP of substrates produced from three raw material bases i.e., wood, bagasse and recycled.
Copier Paper which is now promoted as multipurpose photocopying paper is most commonly used in photocopying machines and we produce range of products in 70 & 75 GSM at varying price points. Elanza & Aqua Wood, the premium grades for office photocopying and Multipurpose, Star copier are mid-ranged grades in 70 and 75 GSM respectively. We also produce economy segment grades named Utsav and Terra for price conscious jobber segment. Recently, we have launched Bond in 85 & 100 GSM to cater to the growing demand of letterheads, premium cover letters by professionals. We have also set-up QSC (quick service centers) in Haryana, Baddi and Bharuch for faster servicing and just in time requirements of the market.
Uncoated wood-free (maplitho) range of paper is typically used for applications such as notebooks, book printing and other commercial printing applications. We offer substrates from entry level to high end offset printing requirements. Although high end grade demand is increasing, the entry level forms bulk of the demand. Our grades such as Enova, Neria, Super White maplitho are preferred by price conscious consumers and Dazzle, Imperial and Elite Print who seek quality over price. Our grades are PREPS certified which is a minimum requirement by elite publishing houses in the country.
Century Pulp and Paper also manufactures different types of paper which are used for specific industrial applications. This segment is growing and we offer products ranging from Overlay Tissue, Stiffener, Cup stock, MICR (cheque paper), Absorbent Kraft. With strong government focus on plastic substitution, we have recently ventured into new segment of unbleached Kraft (Hi BF) to meet the growing demand from e-commerce players.