Acumatica Customer of the Year Award Presented to Green Bay Packaging

January 24, 2022 – At Acumatica Summit 2022, Green Bay Packaging was presented with the Acumatica Customer of the Year Award. This award is presented to a customer whose company has strong core values and is doing work that aligns with those values both internally and externally in the communities they are a part of. Green Bay Packaging’s CFO Robert Kim said “Acumatica’s modern, agile platform ensures we can focus on safety, sustainability, quality and continuous improvement throughout all of our facilities.”


New ‘Super Plant’ to be built in Fort Worth, TX

Green Bay Packaging, Fort Worth, Press Release

Green Bay Packaging Inc. (GBP) announced they will begin construction of a new 600,000 square foot ‘Super Plant’ corrugator plant in Fort Worth, Texas.  Construction on the site is set to begin in the first quarter of 2022 and startup operation is scheduled for the second quarter of 2023.


Green Bay Packaging Attains Green Master Status for 12th Consecutive Year

Green Bay, WI (December 2021)The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council has named Green Bay Packaging a Green Master within its Green Masters Program. Recognizing sustainable actions by businesses from across the state of Wisconsin, the Green Masters program works to identify businesses that have taken at least one action within each of the nine pillars of sustainability.  Participants in the program receive recognition for their sustainability accomplishments and develop ideas for future sustainability actions.


First in Wisconsin: Reclaimed Water System in Northeast Wisconsin Launched

Unique Circular Reclaimed Water System Online at Green Bay
Packaging Paper Mill

(Brown County, Wis.) – Brown County, the City of Green Bay, Green Bay Packaging, and NEW
Water are happy to announce that a first-of-its-kind, circular reclaimed water system at the
new Green Bay Paper Mill is online.

“This investment sends a strong message to the community that Green Bay Packaging is
committed to Brown County and protecting our water quality,” says Brown County Executive
Troy Streckenbach.


AF&PA Announces 2021 Award‐Winning Sustainability Projects

AF&PA Announces Award‐Winning Sustainability Projects
Eight member companies recognized for outstanding efforts to improve workplace safety and
the environment.


Green Bay Packaging First In Paper Industry to Achieve SFI® Small Lands Group Certification Module

Green Bay Packaging SFI Small Lands Group Certification Announcement

(Green Bay, WI) – Green Bay Packaging (GBP) is the first in the paper industry to achieve the SFI® Small Lands Group Certification Module. This certification is a collaboration between the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®) and the American Forest Foundation (AFF) which aims to certify more family and other small land holders for their sustainable forestry efforts.


Voith completes successful start-up of complete paper production line to Green Bay Packaging in Wisconsin

Voith, Voith Paper, Green Bay Packaging, Green Bay Packaging Mill Division, Green Bay Mill, First Reel, Group of Voith workers standing in front of large reel of paper

On March 11, 2021, Green Bay Packaging started operating its new PM4 production line. The facility located near the headquarters of the family-owned company in Green Bay, Wisconsin is a groundbreaking project in several respects. The testliner machine is the first new paper mill built in Wisconsin in over 30 years, creating numerous new jobs in the Lake Michigan region. Moreover, it is the first time in the history of the U.S. that a single company was awarded the contract to supply a complete production line for the paper industry: Voith.


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 Plans to Increase Production with New Paper Mill

Will Kress, president and CEO of Green Bay Packaging, stands outside the new paper mill under construction at Radisson and Quincy streets. Construction of the $500 million paper mill, the first new mill in the state in decades, started in September 2018 and will be finished in March 2021.

GREEN BAY – In a recent interview with Jeff Bollier of the Green Bay Press Gazette, Green Bay Packaging CEO Will Kress described the company’s plans to increase production with a brand new, state-of-the-art, paper mill in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The new mill is set to replace the original mill that was constructed in the 1940s.


The National Recycling Coalition Recognizes Green Bay Packaging with Outstanding Business Leadership Award

On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) honored their recycling awards recipients at their Virtual 2020 Annual Members Meeting.  The awards were digitally presented to the winners through Zoom. The annual awards program is designed to honor and recognize outstanding individuals, programs, and organizations around the country, both for their achievements, and to serve as a model and a resource for learning for NRC members.