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Corner Brook Pulp and Paper mill temporarily shut down for repairs

April 5, 2024  By P&PC Staff

Corner Brook Pulp and Paper has temporarily shut down its paper operations to make repairs to its steam distribution system.

In a press statement released by Kruger, owner of the mill, the company shares that employee safety is top priority for the Corner Brook mill. It is therefore working closely Service NL’s Engineering and Inspection Services and will take necessary measures to ensure that all equipment is compliant with safety regulations.

The goal for the mill is to resume operations as quickly and as safely as possible, shares Kruger. At the moment, the mill is evaluating the scope and nature of the corrective actions to be implemented.


The company shares that this shutdown does not impact ongoing strategic diversification efforts. It adds that it remains committed to making Corner Brook mill’s operations sustainable in the long term.

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