JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. announced that it is beginning to restart core systems at its Fernandina Beach, Fla. and Jesup, Ga. facilities after Hurricane Irma passed through the area.
The Company expects operations to be running at full production capacity by the weekend. The pre-emptive shutdown was managed safely with no injuries and limited physical damage to the facilities. The Company is coordinating with suppliers and logistic partners to help ensure a safe and efficient restart of operations with minimal customer disruption.
"I am proud of the way that our team safely managed the impact of this historic storm," said Paul G. Boynton, Chairman, CEO and President. "Our thoughts and prayers are with those that were impacted by Hurricane Irma. We look forward to being back on line later this week serving all of our customers."
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