Georgia-Pacific LLC manufactures and markets tissue, pulp, paper, packaging, building products, and related chemicals worldwide. It offers hygienic dispensing systems, towels, tissues, soaps, air fresheners, wipers, cups, cutlery, and napkins for, healthcare, education, manufacturing, and foodservice markets, as well as for office buildings. It offers building and construction products, such as wood panels, plywood, strand boards, gypsum products, lumber, composite panels, wall coverings, fire door components, and industrial plasters for commercial and residential applications; and fluff pulp for use in diapers and incontinence items, as well as markets pulp for papermaking. It offers variou...
133 Peachtree Street, N.E.
P.O. Box 105605
Atlanta, GA 30303
Founded in 1927
Georgia-Pacific to Close its Manufacturing Plant at Parchment in Michigan by the End of 2015
May 12 15
Georgia-Pacific will close its manufacturing plant at Parchment in Michigan by the end of 2015. The closure of the last paper plant in Parchment will affect 46 contract and 11 full-time employees.
Georgia-Pacific's Palatka Mill Invests $70 Million to Improve Energy, Environmental Performance
Feb 2 15
Georgia-Pacific's Palatka Pulp and Paper Operations will invest approximately $70 million to modernize the evaporation system and related equipment in the mill's power generation area. This investment brings total current investments at the mill to nearly $100 million to make the mill safer, more efficient and more competitive. The new evaporation system investment is designed to make the mill more energy efficient and reduce water use by more than 30%.
Georgia-Pacific To Sell Operations Of Hawthorne Plywood Mill
Nov 25 14
Georgia-Pacific LLC is looking to sell the operations of Hawthorne plywood mill sometime in 2015. There is no specific date or no asking price yet decided, Terry Hadaway, Spokesperson of Georgia-Pacific said. Matthew Surrency, Hawthorne Mayor said, "Originally when they shut down, they weren’t interested in selling the plant at all, which gave us hope and optimism that they would look to be opening back up." Georgia-Pacific will look for the buyers that would utilize the plant for something other than plywood production.