$240M investment will extend production life of York County paper mill

The New-Indy paper machines in Catawba now make coated paper for commercial customers. hxdyl

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A large paper-making plant southeast of Rock Hill is getting a breath of new life with the infusion of $240 million from its new West Coast owner.

New-Indy Containerboard will extend the production life of a 63-year-old operation in York County by as much as another 40 years, executives say. The facility, which at last count employed about 430 workers, will convert to the production of containerboard used to make cardboard boxes. Founded as Bowater, the operation is located in Catawba.

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Source: Charlotte Business Journal

 

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