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Harbor Paper Cut Back Operations during Management Change

February 26, 2013

Harbor Paper announced that they are cutting back production heavily while they adjust their management.

In a release they say that when the Elliott Rust Companies acquired Harbor Paper, the vision was clear. They wanted to build a highly successful provider and producer of recycled papers utilizing renewable energy. They say that “Harbor Paper remains dedicated to this vision—paper made from paper”.

The company says that in their first 6 months of operation, as with any new enterprise, obstacles presented themselves. They told employees that as they work through the obstacles, Harbor Paper’s Board has made the decision to do a wholesale management change at the mill.

During the transition time, the mill will be cutting back its operations, a move they say is temporary. They say that they plan to restart full operations and hope that these changes will improve viability of the mill as a long term enterprise.

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