Georgia-Pacific reinvesting $15 million in Camas, WA, tissue mill two years after office paper shut

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Georgia-Pacific reinvesting $15 million in Camas, WA, tissue mill two years after office paper shut

February 28, 2020 - 14:38
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CAMAS, WA, Feb. 28, 2020 (Local News) -A little more than two years after Georgia-Pacific (GP) announced a major restructuring that eliminated close to 300 positions, closed the “Roaring 20” office paper line and shuttered pulp operations at the Camas paper mill, the company says it is reinvesting in the local manufacturing plant.

GP officials told its 150 Camas employees last week that the company is investing $15 million in capital improvements to make the remaining paper towel line more competitive and the plant itself more environmentally sustainable.

“The approval of these key projects is great news and I want to thank our 150 team members for their hard work and dedication this past year,” Shawn Wood, vice president and manager of the Camas mill, stated in a news release.

Camas Post Record - Georgia-Pacific reinvesting in Camas paper mill

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