From containerboard to boxboard, tube board, chipboard, and processed paper
Rengo is a world-class manufacturer of paperboard, the raw material for packaging, within Japan. We produce and sell a wide range of products, from containerboard such as linerboard and corrugating medium, to boxboard, tube board, chipboard, and processed paper. In addition, we have attained FSC®certification for our containerboard, boxboard, and chipboard products.
We produce and sell containerboard for a wide range of applications, from outer liner to corrugating medium. We also carry out processing such as waterproofing, rust-proofing, reinforcing, and printing.
Lightweight ContainerboardOur lightweight linerboard 120 (ETS120) and lightweight corrugating medium 100 (RCM100) can make packaging materials lightweight and reduce CO₂ emissions. Our lightweight, reinforced LCC corrugating medium (LCCX90 and LCC120) is 25% lighter than traditional corrugating medium while maintaining the same crush strength. As it can make packaging materials lightweight, merits—such as improved work efficiency during packing, and reduction of paper dust—can be obtained in addition to reducing environmental impact.
We produce and sell processed paper with a variety of special characteristics by combining paper with paper, or with other materials. Our processed paper is used in a wide range of fields, including various types of functional corrugated packaging, cartons for detergents, for construction materials, and for curing purposes.
We produce and sell superior “CR board,” a boxboard for use in folding cartons that is excellent for print processing and converts easily into box form. It is used in colorful packaging for cosmetics, medicines, processed foods, confectionary, tissue, food wraps, and more.
This is paperboard made mainly using recovered paper, and it has the characteristic of being highly rigid. With outer packaging paper pasted on its surface, it is used in boxes for confectionary, backing of hardcover books, book cases, and more.
This is paperboard made mainly using recovered paper, and is used in high-quality films, paperboard, tapes, winding cores for synthetic fibers, and recently, also for containers.