The Cartiera S. Rocco Mill S.p.A. has been for years a reference point in the production of tissue paper for hygienic purposes, through the exclusive use of recycled materials.
The Cartiera S. Rocco Mill S.p.A. with over 25 years of experience (born in 1982), produces mother reels (jumbo rolls) 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 strengths of our company are our high quality and our regard for the environment.
Our quality standards can satisfy the requests of every kind production and of the most demanding customers.
Our regard for the environment is a strong point in our company policy. Less natural resources consumption, less emissions in atmosphere, less production and more waste recycling, higher environmental performances in general: the environment is our future.
The company, which was founded in 1982, initially worked in the “manifold and tissue-paper” sector for the footwear industry with a mill situated in Biecina, about two kilometres from the current site.
In 1984 the company bought the current industrial site, which produces tissue paper for the hygiene, domestic and sanitary sectors. The first mill had a productive capacity of nearly 10,000 tonnes a year.
In March 1985 a round the clock production system for tissue paper, for hygiene and sanitary purposes, was put into practice. In August 1986 the old mill, where manifold and tissue-paper was produced, was closed down.
The foothold in the market in terms of the quality of products offered, pushed the partners into investing a significant amount directly into the setting up of a new machine with a production capacity of 20,000 tonnes per year and with a larger site of nearly 6000m2. In April 1998 the old mill stopped production.
The considerable investment plan has significantly changed the structure of the production in the company. Having started in the spring of 1998; the year of 1998 can been seen as a turning point.