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    I worked at Longview Fibre

    Pros

    Cross functional training and business awareness.

    Cons

    Improvement opportunities are somewhat overwhelming and not always aligned.

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Website www.longviewfibre.com
Headquarters Longview, WA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2007
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

"Paper or plastic?" is not an option at Longview Fibre. The company owns and manages tree farms, one of the largest pulp and paper mills in North America, and a network of seven converting plants. Its mill and plants produce specialty kraft paper (FibreShield and TEA-Kraft brands), recycled bag and wrapping paper (FibreGreen), containerboard (FibreLok), and converted goods such as corrugated containers, packaging, and point-of-purchase displays. No shortage of lumber, Longview Fibre's timberland spans more than 650,000 acres in Oregon and Washington. Its unprocessed logs... More

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