We make flower papers and other packaging papers in the most beautiful patterns and shades of the season. Our design papers are available in both sheet and roll form and can be used to wrap flowers, gifts, clothes and even e-commerce orders – the ideal strength of 40 g/m2 is suitable for a wide range of applications. Printed with water-based environmentally-friendly inks only, our plastic-free packaging papers are an ecological solution to your company’s packaging needs.
Our packaging paper is environmentally-friendly and easy to recycle as cardboard. Consumers can easily reuse wrapping paper made from strong, high-quality paper, for example when wrapping gifts . Torn or damp wrapping paper can be easily recycled as paper or disposed of as energy waste.
If you can’t find precisely the patterned paper you like ready-made, we can produce bespoke packaging paper that meets your requirements, which can even include printing your company logo. The minimum order quantity for branded packaging papers is 300 kg. Take a look at our stock products, order larger quantities from production, or request a quote on packaging paper printed with your company logo here.
Questions and answers about packaging papers:
The ideal weight of packaging paper depends entirely on its specific use and the stress it will be subjected to. For example, a thickness of 70-100 g/m² (grams per square meter) is commonly used for wrapping papers. This thickness provides sufficient protection for goods during transportation without making handling difficult. On the other hand, a thickness of 100-150 g/m² is suitable for very heavy items or items that require extra protection as it provides a strong and durable paper.
Personalised packaging allows a company to differentiate itself from competitors, support its marketing efforts and strengthen its image. Branding is a way to increase marque recognition, visibility and customer loyalty. Customers who see a company’s branded packaging paper are more likely to remember the company and purchase its products or services again.
Flexographic printing is used for printing the majority of flexible plastic packaging, such as sealed meat and salads, liquid cartons, plastic-paper bags and coffee cups. This cost-effective printing method is utilised for various materials, both absorbent and liquid-repellent.
Different materials have different standard sizes. For example, standard sizes for recycled paper include 60 x 80 cm, 80 x 50 cm, and 50 x 40 cm in sheets. Kraft paper (brown paper) is available in rolls with widths of 20, 40, 57, 75, and 100 cm. The standard sizes for tissue paper are 75 x 50 cm and 38 x 50 cm.
The most commonly used materials for packaging paper rolls are kraft paper, recycled paper and general packaging paper.
Creating a customised paper depends on factors such as quality of paper, the quantity ordered and whether the paper is in rolls or sheets.
Cellulose-based materials are often used in kraft paper, recycled paper or unbleached paper. For packaging non-greasy and non-moist food items thin sulphite paper with a silk-like texture is preferred. Paper is manufactured from fibres, primarily derived from forests (although there are also marginal uses of grass, sugarcane, etc., for paper production). Recycled fibres have weaker properties compared to virgin ones, and the purpose of the paper largely determines the optimal manufacturing process. Although paper is made for specific purposes it does not mean that the same paper cannot be suitable for other applications, although assessing this requires expertise.
How much do you need?
If you need a large quantity or want products with logo printing, please contact our sales team.
If you need small quantities and don’t need your logo printed, the quickest way is to buy from our online shop.
The Carccu® story is one of Finnish entrepreneurship and a passion for finding the most efficient packaging solution to support our customers’ brands. The company’s current name is derived from the small village community of Karkku located near the Finnish town of Sastamala in the Rautavesi national landscape. Olli Borg, who is still involved in the company’s operations, assembled the first printing press at EPP Packing’s premises at the Karkku site in the 1980s.
What came next is an eminent part of Finnish flexographic printing history, and, today, we develop our business feet firmly on the ground and our eyes focused on the future. From the beginning, Carccu has also focused on the international market, which has resulted in a long tradition of export trade. Over the years, pioneering vision and innovation have made our company Finland’s leading printing house specializing in customized packaging solutions.
Even though the world has changed, some things remain the same at Carccu – a love of entrepreneurship and a desire to understand the pressing business needs of our customers.
“We are grateful for our roots as a family business, which has been operating for half a century, and for the work of previous generations of entrepreneurs. We also cherish the heritage of handicraft in our work, and our highly dedicated workers have years of solid experience and exceptional technical expertise,” says Lasse Borg, CEO and fourth-generation entrepreneur.
Carccu works with you to find the best packaging solution for your brand – one that is cost-effective and truly distinctive. Our materials knowledge is unrivalled. We know precisely which qualities make paper a top-class product and only use the best raw materials in our products, and our extensive product range ensures we always match the right material for each type of product packaging. On top of that, we always provide professional advice and a premium customer service experience.
Our sustainable foundations allow us to operate responsibly and ethically. As a global player, we constantly monitor international developments, best practices, and legislative changes in our industry. We use modern flexographic printing equipment and our steadfast expertise. We are also actively creating better packaging options to replace the less environmentally friendly alternatives and want to be a pioneer of genuinely environmentally-friendly practices. Our extensive product range includes environmentally friendly and recyclable materials. We favour fossil-free energy, reuse as much surplus material as possible, and promote the circular economy. We take the environment into account in all our activities – from start to finish.