Green Bay Packaging New Recycled Paper Mill Begins Production

Project WolfPack represents the largest project in Brown County history.

Green Bay Packaging Inc. is proud to announce that the first reel of paper was produced at its new paper mill in Green Bay, WI on March 11, 2021.  This significant milestone comes two and a half years after breaking ground. This success is the first step to reaching full production capacity.  The $500+ million investment has had a profound, positive impact on Northeast Wisconsin’s economy and the environment. The new mill is in Green Bay at the mouth of the Fox River south of the Leo Frigo Bridge. 


Green Bay Packaging Awarded Excellence in Safety

GREEN BAY, WI – June 16, 2016 – The Pulp & Paper Safety Association, Perry, Fla., USA, at its February Board of Director’s meeting selected Green Bay Packaging’s (GBP) Fort Worth Division, as its 2016 recipient of The Award of Excellence.


Kalamazoo Division Achieves British Retail Consortium Global Standards Certification

Green Bay, Wis. – Green Bay Packaging’s Kalamazoo Container Division recently achieved the British Retail Consortium (BRCGS) Global Standards certification, a leading global quality and food safety certification program.

Upon completion of the rigorous auditing process, the Kalamazoo Division received an “A” grade certification for Packaging, with the scope of the certification including the manufacture of printed and non-printed corrugated containers, display cases and sheets.


ProGreen® Featured in Global Green USA Video on Recyclable Box Testing

ProGreen®, Green Bay Packaging’s innovative wax-alternative coating process, was recently featured in a video released by Global Green USA. The video details the result of their 2012 pilots to test recyclable produce boxes.

Global Green USA teamed up with the Coalition for Resource Recovery (CoRR) to test wax-alternatives such as ProGreen®. The wax-alternative coated boxes were tested with a variety of wet cooling processes, such as vacuum cooling, hydro-vac, and hydro-cooling processes.

To view the video on the Global Green USA YouTube Channel, click here.