Georgia-Pacific investing $120 million in tissue converting line in Alabama
Technology upgrades at its Naheola Mill in Pennington.
This approximately $120 million investment at the Naheola mill will bring new technology to the mill’s converting lines, where tissue paper is reduced to consumer-sized rolls, packaged, boxed and readied for shipping.
The project helps to ensure the mill will continue to satisfy customer and consumer needs well into the future.
Tuscaloosa-native Scott McCray will lead the local Naheola project, working closely with the company’s Consumer Products Group engineering team and local facility leaders.
This investment, along with other recent projects, helps secure the mill’s long-term success and competitiveness in national markets.
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