The Company is one of the most cost effective producers of industrial papers in Indonesia. It successfully uses waste material to satisfy more than 80% of its pulp requirements and pioneered the use of bagasse, the stalk waste from sugar cane, as the source of pulp. The Company's production process is vertically integrated and incorporates highly efficient, power, chemical, and water treatment plants.
Pakerin is strategically located in East Java, one of Indonesia's most populous provinces, which has extensive natural resources, a well-developed infrastructure, large labour pool, and the country's highest growth rate. Surabaya is the second-largest port and an established center for manufacturing, construction, trading, financial services, and education in Eastern Indonesia.