The Cartiera S. Rocco Mill produces white and coloured tissue paper, which is then used for toilet paper, household and bathroom rolls.

The paper is produced in mother reels (jumbo roll) which are destined for the paper-converting industry and for the production of final products of mass consumption, such as: paper napkins, toilet paper, industrial rolls, paper towels, etc.

The raw materials which are used for production mainly come from recyclable and waste paper, and partly from pure virgin pulp.

The mill works around the clock, 330 out of 335 days a year, and has a potential productivity of 20,000 tonnes of paper per year.