Paper Board and Packaging


CCK stands for Clay Coated Kraft, a type of paperboard with a clay coating on one side and a Kraft paper backing on the other.

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- Free On Board (FOB)
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What does CCK stand for in packaging?
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CCK stands for Clay Coated Kraft, which is used for its durability and smooth surface.

What are the benefits of using CCK paper?
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It provides excellent print quality and is resistant to moisture and grease, enhancing product longevity.

Where is CCK paper typically used?
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Commonly used in baking applications, stickers, and labels due to its non-stick properties.

Is CCK paper environmentally friendly?
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It is often recyclable and can be sourced from sustainable forests, contributing to its eco-friendliness.

How does CCK paper compare to other release papers?
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CCK paper has a smoother surface and better dimensional stability than other release papers, making it ideal for high-quality applications.

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