Corner Brook Pulp & Paper makes its largest shipment of newsprint
By Canadian Packaging staffConverting Paperboard Packaging Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Limited Kruger newsprint
India to receive 4,000 tons-plus of high-quality newsprint.
More than 4,000 tons of high-quality newsprint is being shipped today from Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Limited of Newfoundland to India.
While this is not its first dealings with the sub-continent market, shipping newsprint to India, this is Corner Brook Pulp & Paper’s biggest one-time shipment ever of newsprint.
Usually, the shipments to India have involved it being transported to another location for shipment, but this endeavor is the first-time Corner Brook Pulp & Paper is shipping a load direct to the customer destination.
About Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Limited is a vital force in the economy of western Newfoundland. Construction of the mill began in 1923 with the first paper produced in 1925. It was then incorporated in 1927 as the International Paper Company of Newfoundland Limited and was acquired by Bowater Corporation in 1938. The company became part of the Kruger organization in December of 1984, at which time it adopted its present name. Company information available at www.cbppl.com.
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