Cascades Tissue announces new NC facility

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WAGRAM, NC — Cascades Inc. recently announced the installation of its new tissue converting facility in Wagram, NC, according to a press release.

The new location is an effort to reorganize and expand the company’s converting activities in the Southeast, a targeted area of growth for the company.

“We are moving closer to many key markets, and improving our productivity and logistics while enhancing customer service," said Suzanne Blanchet, Cascades Tissue Group President and CEO.

The new facility will over an annual capacity of about 10 million cases with the ability to produce various tissue products, including both away-from-home and consumer products.

"Cascades has made clear its intention to prioritize investments in the tissue paper and packaging products sectors," added Mario Plourde, President and CEO of Cascades Inc. "This new investment in Wagram will allow us to further improve our tissue manufacturing and customer service through the addition of an ultra-modern converting plant that will be ideally situated to serve the growing needs of our customers."

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