4585 Industrial Rd Jackson AL 36545
When you choose Packaging Corporation of America, you work with people who do the right things for each other and for our customers. We believe in utilizing the power of strong collaborative relationships, bound by the trust we have earned, to deliver innovative packaging solutions and an outstanding service experience.

Boise Paper is a division of Packaging Corporation of America (PCA). Our parent company is full of collaborative, inquisitive people who put the customer first and build relationships based on trust.

Since the founding of Boise-Payette Lumber Company in 1931, Boise Paper has been a proud member of the forest products industry.

Under the name Boise Cascade, Boise Paper began manufacturing kraft paper at a brand new mill in Wallula, WA, in 1958.

Throughout the following decades, Boise Cascade built and acquired additional paper mills including our current mills in International Falls, MN, and Jackson, AL. Despite an expanding business focus – that at one point grew to include home construction, recreational vehicle production, and even cruise management – the Paper division has always remained a core business.

In 2008, Boise Cascade L.L.C. sold the Paper division to an investment firm, which resulted in the formation of Boise Inc. – an organization focused intensely on safe, sustainable manufacturing and meeting customer needs.

Our parent company, Packaging Corporation of America (PCA), acquired Boise Inc.’s paper and packaging assets in 2013. They continue to operate the Paper division with an emphasis on the highest level of customer service and operational excellence.

The Boise Paper mill located in Jackson, Alabama, is an integrated pulp and paper facility with a 51+ year operating history. The mill began as a 300-ton per day bleached pulp mill employing 180 people. In 1995, a state-of-the-art recycling facility began production helping us to better supply our customers growing demand for recycled business and printing papers while reducing the amount of wastepaper going to municipal landfills.

In April of 1997, a new, world-class paper machine began production at the Jackson mill. The J3 paper machine produces uncoated paper for business and communications including offset, converting and envelope grades.

Employees at the Jackson mill are constantly working to meet the evolving opportunities and challenges of the future. In order to keep the operation on the leading edge of a very competitive market and to meet tomorrow’s customer needs, we work closely with our customers to develop new products and innovative ways to service their paper and solid wood product requirements. All of Jackson’s employees are committed to the principles of safety, quality and environmental compliance as well as efficient and cost-effective management of the mill’s processes.



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