Riceboro Paper Mill
Riceboro Paper Mill, in the Southeastern US, was founded in 1966. The mill specializes in producing Kraft linerboard, which contains 25%-30% recycled fiber depending on the grade.
Being one of the largest employers in Liberty Country, Georgia, Riceboro is especially proud of its environmental stewardship. It is one of the cleanest effluent paper mills in the United States.
We're committed to using only 100% recycled or chain of custody papers in our products and ensuring 100% of our sites hold chain of custody certificates.
You can review our Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) certificates for our Riceboro Mill here.
- Mullen Kraft linerboard (42, 47, 61.4, 69, 82, 90)
- High performance Kraft linerboard (52, 55)
|Grammage range:||205-440 GSM|
|Production:||400,000 Tons/year (~70% Virgin Soft wood fiber & 30% OCC)|
|Speed max:||2750 fpm / 838m/min|
Pulp and paper mill foundations laid.
Start of paper production in Riceboro.
The Frem Family purchased the mill.
New chip mill, stacker reclaimer installed, paper machine upgrades, shoe press install, pulp mill, and secondary fibre plant upgraded.
Paper machine QCS upgrade, press section steam box install, and rebuild of the recovery boiler.
Paper machine productivity upgraded, improving production and quality of secondary fibre.
Acquired by DS Smith.
Riceboro, Georgia 31323