Greenpac Mill is a new state-of-the-art Linerboard mill in Niagara Falls, NY, recognized for its high tech equipment, sustainable manufacturing processes and high performance work organization. Greenpac Mill manufactures lightweight linerboard made with 100% recycled fibers and has an annual production capacity of 540,000 short tons. Greenpac Mill is a partnership between Cascades, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, Jamestown Container and Containerboard Partners, for the purpose of constructing and operating a containerboard mill. The new mill is the biggest project ever managed by Cascades in its over 50 years of existence. Thanks to numerous technological advances, Greenpac Mill manufactures one of the best linerboards in the industry and is a leader in terms of sustainable development.
“To be the world class leader in Lightweight Linerboard; committed to sustainable development and innovation,
in partnership with our employees, customers and community.”
OUR 4 PILLARS OF SUCCESS
“We believe in an incident free and organized working environment.”
“We encourage innovation and creative solutions to drive a team-based continuous improvement environment where accountability, leadership, strong communication, and clearly defined goals are supported at all levels of the organization.”
“We believe in effectively utilizing our resources to maintain our assets and efficiently manufacture a quality product that exceeds our customers’ expectations.”
“We will develop a culture focused on value added activities that utilize data based decisions in order to maximize profitability.”
Among the underlying values that make up Cascades’ philosophy, six have been singled out as attributes essential to any potential candidate wishing to join our ranks. All our employees share these fundamental values and put them into practice on a daily basis. These values are:
Construction of the Greenpac Mill began in the summer of 2011. After several months of demolition and excavation, the foundations were cast, the steel structure was erected, and the roof and walls were built. During the construction of the outer shell of the building, several pieces of equipment were installed inside. More than 300 workers worked every day on the construction site for the mill to be ready to manufacture its first linerboard roll on July 15, 2013.