Founded in 1970, Kartonsan is Turkey’s leading coated cardboard producer, and ranks fourth in Europe. Kartonsan reached a capacity of 240,000 tons after an upgrade in 2014 and meets a significant portion of Turkey’s coated cardboard demand not only with its capacity but also with high quality. Kartonsan exports to over 30 countries. The company is a trailblazer for the industry with its ever increasing quality standards and increasing production capacity.
Kartonsan, whose major shareholder is Pakmaya, is also traded on the Istanbul Stock Exchange.
Kartonsan, a Pakmaya Group company, controls 50% of Dönkasan, the biggest recycled paper producer in Turkey. This organization contributes to environmental preservation through recycling and environmentally beneficial waste utilization.
Macedonian Paper Mills SA, which was been acquired by the Pak Group, is the only producer in Greece, and has a production capacity of 110,000 tons of coated cardboard. Fifty five percent of the production is exported to customers in countries located in the Mediterranean region, Middle East, Balkans, and EU. Macedonia Mills continually updates its technology, innovation, production capabilities through constant investments.
Offering flexible packaging solutions for the food and healthcare industries, Intermat is among the leading producers in Turkey and Europe. With its annual production capacity of 12,000 tons, it’s a leader in the market, and sets the standards for the rest. With its pre-printing, printing, lamination, coating, extrusion and slicing departments, the company offers excellent services in all stages from design to delivery. Intermat offers fast, rational and affordable solutions for the packaging needs of diverse industries through hygienic and fast production as well as a customer oriented approach.
Selka is among the biggest commercial companies in the cardboard market with 99% of its shares belonging to Kartonsan. Pak Group enhances its position in the packaging industry through its’ share ownership of Kartosan and the contributions of Selka.