The Diba Shushtar factory produces and supplies coated and uncoated rolls of white paper ranging in weight from 160 to 220 gram. These papers made from bagasse are primarily used in the food industry to generate disposable containers such as paper cups, sandwich boxes, and popcorn containers.
Kraft paper, or brown paper, is one of the other products of the Diba Shushter factory, and it is available in weights ranging from 60 to 110 gram. This paper is made from brown wood fibers and has a dry, relatively rigid texture. Using sugarcane fibers, the Diba Shushtar factory produces Kraft paper, which is primarily used for making cartons and packaging products and food. One of the distinguishing characteristics of kraft paper is its lower cost relative to white paper, as well as its high resistance to breaking.
One of Diba Shushtar's most popular products is printing and writing paper. The global production of this form of paper has resulted in the cutting of a large number of trees and the destruction of a substantial amount of forest. The production of printing and writing paper from bagasse (sugarcane plant fibers) without the need to cut down trees or harm the environment has been one of Diba Shushtar's greatest achievements. Writing and printing paper is one of the most popular kinds of paper in the paper industry, used primarily in the printing and publishing industries as well as in the production of notebooks and books.
One of Diba Shushtar's objectives in the second phase of this factory has been to manufacture paper pulp in accordance with international standards. This unit will produce virgin pulp from sugarcane pulp by the end of next year. Currently, this phase is 70% complete and is operational. With the conclusion of the construction of the Diba Shushtar pulping line, it will provide the necessary raw materials for its papermaking line via bagasse-derived paper pulp.