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Company Overview of Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC manufactures commodity and specialty tissue products. It offers premium white, mid-tone, deep-colored, and specialty tissues. The company also provides napkins, towels, table covers, and other specialty tissue products for party goods producers, airlines, and food service companies. Its specialty tissue products are used as medical draping, disposable gowns, and beautician’s neck strips, as well as for industrial applications, including electrical tissues. The company serves customers in the United States and internationally. Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC was formerly known as Eastern Pulp & Paper Corporation and changed its name to Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC...
50 Katahdin Avenue
Lincoln, ME 04457
Founded in 1882
Key Executives for Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC
Owner, Chief Executive Officer and President
Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC Key Developments
Lincoln Paper and Tissue To Be Sold
Sep 28 15
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and intends to seek a buyer. The company has financing in place to continue operations while it seeks bids for the Maine paper and tissue-making mill. The auction is anticipated within 45 days.
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC to Shut Down One of Three Tissue-Making Machines
Aug 31 15
Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC announced that one of three tissue-making machines will be shut down and 20 to 25 workers laid off indefinitely at the company within the next few days.
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC to Lay Off 200 Workers Indefinitely Due to Boiler Explosion
Dec 11 13
About 200 workers will be furloughed from Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC in response to a recovery boiler explosion last month that hampered the company's ability to make pulp. The layoffs affect about half the company's workforce. The laid-off workers attend to the company's two paper machines and pulp-making operations, the areas served by the recovery boiler, which exploded on Nov. 2. The company's three tissue-paper machines will continue to operate at full capacity. Company leaders sent notices to the mill's approximately 400 workers. It was unclear when the layoffs would occur.
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