Tetra Pak®

A term used to refer to a poly-coupled packaging composed of cellulose fibres (74%), aluminium (4%) and polyethylene (22%). It is widely used in the food industry for its food protection and preservation properties. It is named after the company that invented it.

Tissue paper

It is a paper made using recycled paper, virgin cellulose or a mix of the two sent to be made into wipers, toilet paper, hand towels, napkins, etc. in the converting departments of the group or in other paper converting industries.


The gas turbine is an internal combustion engine used to transform the chemical energy of the fuel through turbo-machinery.

The latest news from the Lucart world

A fascinating journey
Discover the key stages of paper-making history
Click here
Let's share the future
Discover the history of our Group
Click here