PASABAN to supply 2 new sheeting machines to Klabin

Klabin trusts PASABAN to supply 2 new sheeting machines with the latest technology updates

Klabin is a reference with more than 120 years of history behind it, being the largest producer and exporter of packaging paper in Brazil. It is a leader in the markets of cardboard packaging, industrial bags and the only company in the country that offers market solutions in short fiber, long fiber and fluff pulp.

For this important project, Pasaban will integrate 2 board sheeting machines with the latest technology updates oriented to obtain a high production of 175-360g/m2 cardboard in sheets, based on a high level of automation and a careful customization agreed between the technical teams of Klabin and Pasaban. All this guarantee not only the required production levels, but the highest cutting quality and sheet accuracy in the market.

“We are excited about this project, we chose Pasaban because we consider it the best technical choice when it comes to guaranteeing the highest production with the best possible sheeting quality,” comments Hilton Soares Pinto, MP28 Project Manager.

“We consider Brazil as a territory with great opportunities where we are establishing close and lasting relationships with multiple customers, including this new venture with a reference like Klabin. We are excited and encouraged to be able to demonstrate that the decision in favor of Pasaban will bring them a very high level of satisfaction in their sheeting operations,” says Carlos Muriel, Sales & Marketing Director of PASABAN.

Pasaban is committed to customers, offering customized solutions that contribute to increasing their competitiveness by providing them with robust and fully reliable equipment. Thus, guaranteeing exceptional precision, quality, and production parameters with low operating and maintenance costs.

We conclude by saying that we are very pleased to take part on this important project for a reference like Klabin, and we thank them for trusting Pasaban.

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