Loggers call emergency meeting after mill idles

The Verso paper mill in West Duluth (foreground) is seen in an aerial view from August 2015. Forum News Service

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Area loggers have called an emergency meeting this week to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on the industry, which lost a major customer when the Verso Corp. paper mill in Duluth announced it would indefinitely idle.

It’s the third area mill to announce a shutdown or reduction since the COVID-19 pandemic officially reached Minnesota in early March. 

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Source: Mesabi Daily News

 

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