Kraft Liner is defined as one of the types of packaging paper or paperboard manufactured
from softwood trees, whose fibre content has no less than 80% virgin fibres obtained by the
chemical sulphate or soda processes. Due to the “virgin” fibres, it is both the strongest type
of paper and also the easiest to print on. It is noted for its high resistance to tearing, stress
and punching. These properties make it an ideal paper for manufacturing packaging with
complex structures and when higher levels of resistance are required. It is also particularly
well suited for moist environments.
Recycled kraft paper is made from recycled materials. Cardboard boxes, books and other
materials are broken down back into pulp and turned back into recyclable brown paper. This
is a great option for brands that want to use sustainable packaging in their supply chain. At
High Land, recycled kraft paper is often used in product boxes, paper bags and paper cans.
At High Land, it is the most commonly used as outside liner when selecting material to
produce corrugated boxes and packaging. We here at High Land have supplied to clients
who have used them for plastic hazard free paper in paper sacks for cement, food,
chemicals, consumer goods, flour bags, paper grocery bags, multiwall sacks, envelopes and
other packaging, material for lining particle boards and for use as the base paper for