The reels need to have determined sizes and weight for the market. The outgoing reels produced on the round the clock machine are then taken to the rewinding area, where the sheet is wound onto a core, which is normally made out of cardboard, according to the required size. In fact, according to the customer’s requirements, this stage of production has a system which carefully measures the tension of the wound paper.
At this stage the reel is weighed, wrapped with cellophane using a rotopack.
The reels, which weigh from 500 to 2000 kg and are as tall as the longest possible machine length, are stored in the Warehouse with the finished products and are transported by special fork-lift trucks.
The transportation of the reels is delegated to external hauliers.