Kruger to permanently shut down pulp and paper production at Brompton mill in Canada
September 15, 2020
Brompton, Québec (From news reports) - Due to market conditions that remain unfavorable, after a 6-month temporary shutdown, Kruger Specialty Papers is forced to permanently shut down its newsprint, specialty papers and pulp production at its Brompton Mill. However, the water treatment plant will continue to operate and the biomass cogeneration plant will restart.
The Company will use all the measures at its disposal to minimize the impact of this shutdown on the 189 affected employees, including the creation of a reclassification committee. Furthermore, approximately 25 employees will return to work to restart the biomass cogeneration plant.
Kruger wishes to express its sincere gratitude to all Brompton Mill employees for their service and dedication over the years.
As a result of the shutdown, Kruger's overall annual production will be reduced by 100,000 mt of newsprint and 70,000 mt of specialty paper.