The company is currently producing 3400 MT/month to cater to the needs of e-commerce bag manufacturing units in North India (Delhi-NCR). Yash Pakka’s high-strength paper fulfills all the requirements in terms of durability and is a long-term option for brands.
November 16, 2021
Yash Pakka, India’s leading sustainable packaging provider, has introduced – high-strength paper to be utilised to make sustainable bags for e-commerce. The reliable high strength paper has a high burst factor and high tearing strength properties which makes it an optimal option for e-commerce deliveries where the safety of the contents within the packages is crucial.
Considering the growing focus on environmental protection, several e-commerce giants are making the switch from single-use plastics to paper for their packaging needs. However, the paper does not have the strength required to safely ship items. Yash Pakka’s cutting-edge high-strength paper checks all the boxes in terms of durability and is a long-term option for brands. The bags are created using bagasse sourced from sugar mills along with softwood imported from Sweden, Canada, and Finland. With one side glazed, the high-quality paper makes for attractive printability for branding purposes.
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Mr. Jagdeep Hira, Business Head at Yash Pakka Limited, said, “While e-commerce companies have displayed a propensity towards sustainable packaging, they do not have alternatives other than paper which can be easily damaged during the transit. This is where our innovation comes into the picture. High-strength paper can be used to create high-quality, safe bags that can cover long distances without damage to the bag or the product. We believe this will revolutionize packaging in the e-commerce space.”
The company is currently producing 3400 MT/month to cater to the needs of its current market base comprising e-commerce bag manufacturing units in North India (Delhi-NCR). Going forward, the brand aims to expand its footprint for the high-strength paper to Maharashtra and Gujarat in the next 2-3 months while also foraying to the export market.