Rolls of Paper inside a Container board Mill

Industry Leader

To attain world-class quality and become an industry leader, a packaging company requires a large and steady supply of paper. In 1948, the Green Bay Mill Division was built for Green Bay Box Company. This dedicated paper mill led to industry-shaping ideas in process technology and environmental innovation.



Green Bay Packaging operates two containerboard mills that produce linerboard and corrugated medium in the full spectrum of basis weights. The Green Bay Mill uses 100% post-consumer recycled fiber and the Arkansas Mill uses both virgin and recycled fiber.



Green Bay Packaging has the ability to service both the virgin and recycled needs of customers.  Both mills are certified to SFI® (Sustainable Forestry Initiative®) standards with the Green Bay Mill also FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) certified.

Green Bay Mill Division

The Green Bay Mill Division, a fully integrated paper mill that manufactures recycled containerboard, is committed to continuous improvement.

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Arkansas Kraft Division

The Arkansas Kraft Division uses a combination of virgin and recycled fiber to produce kraft linerboard and medium, making it a fully integrated pulp and containerboard mill.

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Fiber Resource Division

The primary responsibility of our Fiber Resource Division is to ensure the timely and cost-effective supply of wood products to our Arkansas mills. Green Bay Packaging owns over 254,000 acres of timberland which helps make this supply possible.

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Pinecrest Lumber Division

Pinecrest Lumber Division was built in 1973 to process sawlogs from Green Bay Packaging lands and provide chips and fuel to the Arkansas Mill Division.

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Pinecrest Paper Slitting Division

The Pinecrest Paper Slitting Division produces narrow cartwheels or slit stock rolls for the tube and core manufacturing industry.

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