We are not only a manufacturer of finished tissues, but also a producer of pure pulp.
Yida factory is located in Songya Town, Economic Development Zone, Mianyang City. It has more than 120 employees and 20 corporate executives and technical personnel. It is an entity company integrating the finishing and sales of household paper. It is adjacent to the Miansui Expressway, with convenient water and land transportation and good logistics.
The company was established in January 2014, with a plant area of 12,000 square meters and an area of more than 30,000 square meters. It now has more than 40 sets of advanced supporting finishing production equipment, including 5 fully automated production lines for removable facial tissues and fully automated production lines for roll paper 4, 2 handkerchief paper automatic production lines, 2 square towel full automatic production lines. The company's sales outlets face the whole country and have developed hundreds of agent suppliers.
The company now has three independent brands: "Chaolan", "Yindian" and "Unique". Using imported virgin wood pulp and Sichuan high-quality bamboo pulp as the main raw materials, it produces more than 300 single products such as high-grade slitting paper, small paper, boxed facial tissue, handkerchief paper, toilet paper, etc. The products are of high quality, white and flexible, and absorbent It is strong, hygienic and clean, and can fully meet the different consumption needs of consumers.
Because the paper industry is a capital and technology-intensive industry, the fixed asset investment is large, the product sales radius is large, peer competition is fierce, coupled with the rapid development of electronic information, cultural paper has shrunk greatly, while being impacted by international peers, domestic pulp board prices Continued to decline, the cost of papermaking raw and auxiliary materials has continued to rise. Since 2013, the papermaking industry has entered a real winter. Faced with such a difficult situation, domestic paper companies have reduced production, suspended production, and went bankrupt. In this eventful autumn, Sichuan Mianyang Chaolan Sanitary Products Co., Ltd., a base paper manufacturer established in 2002, and Yida son and parent company joined forces to break through the gray zone and move towards dawn. Mianyang Chaolan Sanitary Products Co., Ltd. covers an area of 35,000 ㎡, it is located in Zitong Economic Development Zone, Sichuan, the birthplace of the beautiful Chinese "Wenchang Culture", 45 kilometers away from the main city of Mianyang. It is an industrial company integrating papermaking and raw paper sales, with an annual production value of 200 million yuan and more than 150 employees. Chaolan Company drives Yida's production and operation management to standardization and standardization, and will eventually realize Yida Paper The benign, healthy and sustainable development of the industry can be described as a strong alliance and complement each other. In order to gradually build Yida Paper into the largest modern bamboo pulp household paper base and a green and environmentally friendly enterprise in Sichuan.
We believe that with the care and support of friends from all walks of life, Yida Paper will be able to carry forward the past, flourish, and create new glory!
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Entrepreneurship: innovation and efficiency, unity and hard work, pursuit of excellence, hard work
Enterprise management policy: producing high-quality products, enhancing service awareness, marketing innovation
Enterprise purpose: share success with customers, seek common development with employees, and make progress with society
Core competitiveness: fast, flexible, execution, gratitude
Enterprise mechanism: fairness, competition, incentive
Management philosophy: convincing people with morality, reasoning, and systems
Quality concept: either no or best