Jackson Paper Manufacturing Company, North Carolina’s largest recycled paper producer, will open a new plant in Burke County, creating 42 jobs. The company plans to invest approximately $14 million in its new plant in Morganton and begin operations in the 2Q 2019. This new facility will produce more than 1 billion square feet per year of corrugated sheets for sale to corrugated box makers, as Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina reports.
Jackson Paper manufactures 100% recycled corrugated medium at its Sylva location. Corrugated medium is used in the production of corrugated sheets. Headquartered in Sylva, North Carolina, Jackson paper supplies paper to corrugated box makers throughout the United States. The company is committed to protecting the natural environment it calls home in western North Carolina.