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PPC celebrates fourth anniversary of its Bretting Varium facial line and installs new equipments to increase capacity and capabilities

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PPC celebrates fourth anniversary of its Bretting Varium facial line and installs new equipments to increase capacity and capabilities

February 18, 2021 - 01:08
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KAUKAUNA, WI , Feb. 17, 2021 (Press Release) -Precision Paper Converters (PPC), headquartered in Northeast Wisconsin, celebrates the fourth anniversary of the startup of their Bretting Varium facial line with new additions to increase capacity and capabilities.

The Bretting accumulator, Valley Tissue Packaging case packer, Tri-Phase Automation quality vision system and centralized palletizing system will increase capacity and allow additional focus on quality which are both important factors to the continued growth of PPC. Installation was completed by The Boldt Company and Eland Electric Corporation. Startup began mid-December and is expected to be running at full speed in Q1 of 2021.

In addition to the new equipment, PPC implemented upgrades to increase parent roll width capabilities allowing more flexibility and created new partnerships to optimize carton production.

About Precision Paper Converters

Precision Paper Converters is headquartered in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, and provides high quality facial tissue and related products to select partners. As the Facial Tissue Specialists, PPC is the expert in facial tissue converting and similar interfolded products, like lens wipes and delicate task wipes. PPC’s size and focus allows for quick changes according to customer requirements. The team members pride themselves on quality, flexibility, and reliability resulting in PPC continuously being chosen as an industry partner.

Established in 1991, and under current ownership since 2002, PPC is the only North American company to focus on facial tissue production.