International Paper's Pensacola mill in Cantonment, Florida, resumes full operations

Posted April 4, 2017
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 International Paper's Pensacola Mill in Cantonment, Florida, has successfully resumed full operations following a digester incident that occurred on January 22, 2017. The company, with the assistance of independent third-party experts, has implemented enhanced procedures and protections across the enterprise to prevent the recurrence of such an incident.

Including capital expenses, the company estimates total costs related to the incident will be between $80 and $120 million. The majority of these costs are expected to be recovered through insurance coverage.

International Paper is a leading global producer of renewable fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper products with manufacturing operations in North America, Latin America, Europe, North Africa, Asia and Russia.



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Champion/International Paper/St. Regis needs to build an overpass on Hwy 29 in Cantonment for that stupid train. Traffic backed up past the funeral home on one end and Grocery Advantage on the other. I understand they have to back into their slots but gheeze free up the only North/South hwy in Escambia County. They say it never ties up the road for more than 15 min, that's at a time...well a few min later they do it again.. then again...it can tie up traffic on Hwy 29 for up to 45 min or so...traffic backs up terribly and it happens sometimes several times a day. Arghhhhh!!!!! We are very pleased the paper mill is busy and wish them success but please consider an overpass either for the train or for the cars.
04.03.18 15:50
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