BillerudKorsnäs Prime – sack paper for strength, stiffness and good printability

The BillerudKorsnäs Prime range of sack papers for open-mouth sacks offers high quality and consistency and delivers superior productivity in converting machines. All Prime products are 100% primary fibre-based and produced in accordance with FDA and BfR regulations.
Product Convertibility Strength Printability
BillerudKorsnäs Prime Brown (70-100 g/m²)
Brown sack paper recommended for open-mouth sacks with high demands on strength and stiffness BillerudKorsnäs Prime Brown specification

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At your service, adding value

We work hard to secure a convenient and uninterrupted supply of our sack paper to you and to give you support when and where you need it. Wherever you are in the world, we work out the best supply model to meet your needs. BillerudKorsnäs Sack Lab will help you optimise the packaging you produce. If you need technical consulting, our services will help you. Our global network is the foundation of our services and an unparalleled asset. You are welcome to take full advantage of it.

Supply Chain Services

In order to secure a seamless supply for process efficiency we have dedicated customer service specialists that answer your calls without delay.

  • Order confirmation
  • Deviation reporting
  • On-time in full tracking

Technical Services

Our technical expertise is close at hand to ensure that the material we deliver to you runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Use our knowledge and experience to your advantage.

  • Proactive consultation
  • Workshops and training
  • Expert support

Smarter Packaging Services

We can help you create new packaging for your customers, or improve their current solutions, giving you sustainable and profitable business relationships.

  • Packaging innovation
  • Packaging optimisation
  • Education & Workshops


Holcim – Lighter Construction

Holcim was using a 2-ply 90+90g/m2 construction for their 50kg cement sack market.

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