Paper is a material made of cellulose pulp, derived mainly from wood, rags, and certain grasses, processed into flexible sheets or rolls by deposit from an aqueous suspension, and used chiefly for writing, printing, drawing, wrapping, magazine, covering walls, etc. Wood is the principal source of cellulosic fiber for pulp and paper manufacture. At present, wood provides about 93% of the world’s virgin fiber requirement, while non-wood sources, mainly bagasse, cereal straws and bamboo, provide the remainder. The pulp that used for APP paper comes from well-managed sustainability tree farms and processed by latest technology of pulp making system. APP has already received ISO 14001 certification to conform the environmental system standard that assessed by world accreditation body. The advantages of kraft pulping technology that adopted by APP generating stronger pulp, less energy consumption, utilize proven technology for efficient chemical recovery, handle wide variety of wood species and tolerates bark in the pulping process. To produce excellent quality, softwood and hardwood pulps are blends together, getting just the combination of strength, whiteness, writing surface and other characteristics that we want. LOGS Raw wood in form of logs, comes from our plantation land DEBARKING First process is removing bark, which has no fiber value and formed dirt in the pulp & paper. Removed bark is transported to multifuel boiler to burn as fuel and thus generate steam & power necessary for process. CHIPPING After bark removal, logs are cut into small pieces, known as chips. And transported to cooking plant to convert into pulp. PULPING Cooking chemical along with steam is used in the process of pulping. A part of the wood is dissolved in the process is utilized as fuel for generation of steam & power. Most of the chemicals used for this conversion is recovered and recycled. WASHING Different types of washing equipment are used to wash the pulp to make it free from accompanying chemicals. BLEACH Process of bleaching pulp involves different chemical treatment. The pulp gets more and more clean and finally white. SCREENING Smaller fiber bundles and other impurities are removed from the pulp in the process of screening to get a cleaner pulp. DRYING At the end of the process, water from the pulp is removed in dryer and finally… BALING …Cut to size and baled for ease of transportation