Tissue Paper Production in Nigeria - Nigeria's number one tissue paper manufacturer

Tissue Paper Production in Nigeria

Toilet paper is an essential commodity for every household in Nigeria.

Whether, in the kitchen, toilet, restaurants, and even on the go, tissue paper products are keenly used to maintain hygiene.

In Nigeria, Bel Impex Limited the leading manufacturer of tissue paper products.  Since starting production in Nigeria in 2001, Bel Impex has revolutionised the hygiene paper industry, thereby cementing her place as the most trusted tissue paper manufacturing company in Nigeria. Her sister company, Belpapyrus Limited is the Largest manufacturer of paper pulp which is the raw material for Tissue Paper production.

Tissue paper is primarily divided into Five(5) categories of products:

  1. Toilet Paper
  2. Kitchen Towel
  3. Serviette
  4. Facial Tissue
  5. Handkerchief

Toilet paper:

tissue paper toilet roll

Toilet paper has the largest market share in the tissue industry in Nigeria and most parts of the globe.

It is an essential product found in most homes, offices and public restrooms.

The leading Brands in Nigerians Tissue paper industry are:

 

Kitchen Towel:

Kitchen Towel In Nigeria
Kitchen Towel In Nigeria

Paper towels are the third largest application for tissue paper in the consumer sector,

they are perfect alternatives to the cloth towel, they are used in cleaning, dusting, wiping, and drying various surfaces.

They are seen to be a more hygienic option for cleaning because they don’t require frequent washing

Towels absorb liquid and keep’s the kitchen and dining environment clean.

Nigerians leading Kitchen Towel Brands are:

  • Rose Belle Kitchen Towel
  • Rose Carla Kitchen Towel
  • Rose Plus Towel.

 

Serviette/ Napkin:

Tissue Production in Nigeria
Tissue Production in Nigeria

Table napkins are made from one to four plies of Tissue paper and come in various qualities, sizes, folds,

colours and patterns depending on intended use and prevailing fashions.

With the recent growth of the fast food industry table, the napkins/ Serviette market has experienced remarkable market growth,

making it the second largest application for tissue paper in the consumer sector.

Tissue napkins are used to clean up the mouth and fingers during and after a meal.

And, they can be folded and bent into different decorative shapes.

Nigerians Leading Servitte Brands are :

Rose Belle Serviette

Finetex Serviette

Rose Carla Serviette

Softwave Serviette

 

Facial Tissue:

Tissue Production In Nigeria
Tissue Production Nigeria

Facial tissues are the ultra-soft, absorbent, and disposable substitutes of cloth handkerchiefs.                                                                          They are usually packaged in beautifully designed boxes with a minimum of 100 sheets in a box.

Though it’s mostly a personal-use product, facial tissues can also be found in offices, cars, homes and beauty salons.                                          They are used for facial cleansing, hands, and nasal wiping.

Nigerians Leading Facial Tissue are:

Rose Belle Facial ( Cubic & rectangle)

Rose Carla Facial

Rose of Africa

Softwave Facial

 

 

Handkerchief:

 

Handkerchiefs come in small portable sizes, the fit perfectly into the pockets and are easily carried around.

The leading Brand here is the Rose Carla Serviette.

 

Conclusion:

Nigerian Tissue paper production has seen remarkable growth in the last 10 years,

which has seen a decline in the demand for foreign manufactured Toilet Paper.

With Belimpex Limited at the forefront of the revolution,

setting the standard for Tissue manufacturing in Nigeria.

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