Manufacturing Process


  • Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer (which, in simple terms, are tiny pieces of plastic)
  • In the mid-20th century, deforestation and water conservation were two of the biggest concerns for people that made regular wood fiber paper . At the same time as this crisis, the petroleum industry started taking off. In the US, a significant paper company and a major petroleum company joined together to create the first plastic paper –word spread globally, and Japan and the UK followed suit with their product development – all becoming a part of the first generation of synthetic paper. Synthetic paper back in the day was weak in terms of printing and processing capabilities .

Our Manufacturing Proces

  1. Combining polypropylene, the base material, with other additives
  2. The mixture goes through heating and extrusion (extrusion is where the heating takes place)
  3. Base and surface layers comprised  the polypropylene pellets and other additives forms during the extruding process – creating a robust, biaxial-oriented substrate.
  4. Calendering: is the process of smoothing and compressing a material (notably paper) during production by passing a single continuous sheet through several pairs of heated rolls. 

Each manufacturing process is computer-controlled and closely monitored to ensure adherence to a stringent quality standard.