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Mildag Impex SRL. | Quality Assurance


Mildag Impex SRL, is one of prominent manufacturer-exporter of Eco-friendly paper (Copier Paper / Printing & Writing Paper) made from a combination of Wheat Straw & Wood Pulp. Our paper products are known for being powder free, resistant to age deterioration and free from paper jamming in high-speed printing and copy equipment. We are exporting our paper products to worldwide. At Mildag Impex SRL,, the pursuit of excellence is a continuous process. Commitment to Customer's Delight and quality has earned us a global presence. We are also an ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 certified company and follow all directions of International paper manufacturing standards.

Quality Control


Quality control check is a 24x7 activity at Mildag Impex SRL,. The company is committed to the manufacture of high quality copier papers of world class quality for the complete satisfaction of its customers. Our paper company has become a well recognized Paper suppliers of A4 copier paper, A3 copier paper and color papers of A4 and A3 sizes. The high speed Paper Machines are equipped with advanced process and quality control system for continuous monitoring of the quality parameters. Our quality control team, which checks paper samples periodically, across critical parameters. A direct link with the marketplace has helped the company produce exactly what quality standard of paper products, the customer wants.

In Paper business where it is imperative to use raw material of differing quality to manufacture a consistent end product across batches and time, it is also imperative to protect quality, brand and market share. Mildag Impex SRL, contemporary cutting edge technology processes and equipments along with a team of dedicated trained professionals ensure that customers always get consistent quality products. State of the art Process Control Systems installed at various stages of manufacturing processes continuously measure & control critical parameters. R&D and QC department plays a pro active roll in meeting the company’s environmental and quality policy.

Don't get confused by paper size again:


So how big is A4 exactly I hear you ask? How many A5’s in an A3 and what exactly is a DL paper size? You can find the answer to all these questions and more right here. If you are just after a quick size reference however just scroll down to our paper size table to refresh your memory.

Paper sizes - The basics

On the surface of it paper sizes can be a little bewildering all these seemingly unrelated letters and numbers that mean nothing to the uniformed eye. Once you know what they mean however and how they relate to one another you will be relieved to know it all becomes rather simple. I will start with the most common paper size group, the A series. Standardised by ISO 216 this is group of paper sizes you will most likely already be familiar with. For most people knowledge of this group alone is sufficient. The naming convention for this series is simple, it uses the letter A followed by a number. I am sure you are already familiar with A4. It is likely the size of paper you printer uses, the size of letters you get in the post and pretty much the most commonly used size of paper on the planet.

How the paper sizes relate to one another

Ok that’s great so you know roughly how big an A4 is so what about the rest? Well if you are going up by 1 size from A4 to A3 (The lower the number the larger the sheet) you double the size of the shortest edge. So for instance an A4 sheet measures 210mm x 297mm making its shortest edge 210mm long. An A3 sheet measures 420mm x 297mm. so to move up a size 210 x 2 = 420. This gives an A3 sheet the flat size equivalent of exactly 2 A4 sheets

Now say for instance we wanted to move up a size to A2. You will notice that the edge that was the shortest previously has now become the long edge. Our current A3 sheet measures 297mm x 420mm. This means that we have to double the side of our new shortest edge,

the 297mm edge. So this time we add 297 + 297 = 594. This gives us an A2 size of 420mm x 594mm. You will notice that this is exactly the same size as 2 A3 sheets or 4 A4 sheets. Starting to make sense? This system works the other way too. Say for instance we wanted to get to an A5 sheet all we would have to do is half the length of the longest edge, in this case 297mm. So 297/2 = 148, this gives us an A5 size of 148mm x 210mm, exactly half the size of and A4 sheet. See not so complicated after all is it. Rather than working it out every time however you can always use our reference table at the top.

So what about business cards & compliment slips?

Because not everything fits the mould Compliment Slips are usually printed on what is known as DL size. This is essentially 1/3 of an A4 sheet if you divide a portrait sheet horizontally. This makes a DL 210mm x 99mm. Business Cards, There is no set standard size and these do vary in convention from country to country and also due to personal choice. In the UK however we do generally opt for a size of 85mm x 55mm.

Frequently Asked Questions

Just in case we have left you feeling confused Yes the pattern continues past A0 it just takes a different naming convention. After A0 a number precedes the size to indicate how many A0 sheets would fit in it. For instance the size above is 2A0 (Meaning the equivalent of 2 A0 sheets) whilst the size above that is 4A0. These are part of the B series that works in exactly the same way as the A series, just with different sizes, see the table below for each size.

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