Paper and Forest Products
Company Overview of Pratt Industries, Inc.
Pratt Industries, Inc. is a vertically-integrated paper, packaging, and resource recovery company in the Western Hemisphere. It operates paper mills that recycle paper and corrugated products, and manufacture paper and packaging solutions; corrugating plants that produce and supply corrugated packaging and converting sheets; recycling centers; and sheet plants. The company also supplies advertising and point-of purchase displays, including temporary displays, semi-permanent displays, permanent displays, special packs, vacuum formed plastic products, and digital printing solutions for industries ranging from automotive to beauty; and provides account/project management, design, manufacturing,...
1800-C Sarasota Parkway
Conyers, GA 30013
Founded in 1948
Key Executives for Pratt Industries, Inc.
President of Paper Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Pratt Industries, Inc. Key Developments
Pratt Industries Plans to Start Building a $52 Million Corrugated Box Factory in Beloit; Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. to Provide $1.75 Million Low-Interest Loan for Equipment
Dec 20 14
Pratt Industries plans to start building a $52 million corrugated box factory in Beloit this spring. The new factory for Pratt Industries is expected to create 140 new jobs and should be operating fully by January 2016. The 350,000-square-foot plant project is receiving financial incentives from the state and local governments. The plant, to be located on a 56-acre site in Beloit Gateway Business Park, will convert corrugated container board from Pratt's recycled paper mills into sheets, and then make those sheets into finished boxes for distribution throughout the Midwest and beyond. Pratt said the Beloit facility would have the most advanced technologies in the packaging industry and would be a showcase for environmental responsibility.
To help bring the project to the state, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. has agreed to provide the company with up to $2.4 million in Jobs Tax Credits over the next four years and a $1.75 million low-interest loan for equipment. The actual amount of tax credits is contingent upon the actual number of jobs created.
Similar Private Companies By Industry
Recent Private Companies Transactions
Most Searched Private Companies
Sponsored Financial Commentaries