(UPM, Helsinki, 25 May 2016 at 9:30 EET) - As announced in mid-March, Madison paper mill in the US has ceased paper production on May 21.
With the closure of the mill, UPM has reduced 195,000 tons of its supercalendered paper capacity in the U.S.
For further information please contact:Ruud Van den Berg, Senior Vice President, UPM Paper ENA, tel. +49 151 1215 8310.
UPM, Media Relations 9.00-16.00 EETtel. +358 40 588 3284 email@example.com
Previous press release: UPM closes Madison Paper Industries and plans to sell related hydro power assets in the U.S.
Madison Paper Industries Madison Paper Industries is a partnership of UPM and Northern SC Paper Corp., a subsidiary of the New York Times Company, producing approximately 195,000 tons of supercalendered paper on one paper machine. The mill employs more than 200 employees and is located in Maine, in the USA. The assets include 2 hydro power plants.
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