Dunn Paper announced today that they will cease production at their Port Huron, Michigan paper mill.
Since 1924, the Port Huron mill has been supplying specialty paper to the food and medical industries and has been an integral employer for the area.
“The decision to close Port Huron was not an easy one,” said Wade Kemnitz, President and CEO, Dunn Paper. “This difficult decision is the result of ongoing challenges to generate positive cash flow in the face of adverse economic factors.
“Dunn Paper will continue to produce high-quality Machine Glazed products at its Menominee, Michigan and Wiggins, Mississippi sites, including waxed products and our BiOrigin™ line.
“We are working with the employees at Port Huron to make this transition as seamless as possible,” Kemnitz concluded.
With a focus on eco-friendly specialty paper and tissue, Dunn Paper is a trusted wholesale paper supplier, continuing to thrive, grow, and manufacture some of the finest sustainable paper and tissue products in North America.
To learn more, visit: www.dunnpaper.com.
SOURCE: Dunn Paper Company