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Paper mill changes signify positive future, industry leaders say

10:09 PM, Apr. 6, 2013
The NewPage Mill along the Wisconsin River in Wisconsin Rapids, seen here Friday.
The NewPage Mill along the Wisconsin River in Wisconsin Rapids, seen here Friday.
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Despite nearly a decade of tough times for papermakers in central Wisconsin, industry leaders say recent developments signify a more encouraging future.

With Domtar Corp.'s sale of its Port Edwards mill as well as its acquisition of Xerox's paper and print media business in the United States and Canada, and its plans to start production later this year at its biomass plant in Rothschild; Wausau Paper's intention to sell its Mosinee and Rhinelander mills as well as its specialty papers business; and NewPage Corp.'s emergence from bankruptcy, industry leaders are hopeful for the future, ...

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