Our Recent Acquisition

On December 14, 2016, we acquired the four paper mills assets from the Burrows Paper Corporation (three in New York and one in Mississippi). The transaction supports our strategic evolution to grow in the lightweight packaging and technical specialty papers.

The capability and output of the operations will be marketed under the Twin Rivers name, with a shared vision to advance the lightweight specialty paper market through customer focus and innovation.

Complimentary Market Focus with Enhanced Capability

The newly acquired manufacturing and technical capability expand our offering. We add Machine Glazed (MG) papers along with wet creping technology to our portfolio of lightweight specialty papers. The combination of new, tissue-based applications, an expanded basis weight range (7.5 lb. to 73 lb.), broader product offering and scalable operating platform enhances our ability to produce highly technical papers for niche applications and targeted markets.

Culture of Innovation

Embedded in the culture is deep technical knowledge and focus on innovation that will continue to adapt to changing market needs. The cross-pollination of the two organization’s manufacturing and development resources will result in a robust development queue supported by a strong service platform.

Take a look at our newly acquired operations and the corresponding product offering and markets served.

Paper Mills Key Markets Key Products
Mill Street
Mohawk Valley
Industrial Papers
Food Papers
Medical Papers
Gift & Decorative Tissue
Battery Tissue
Knit Twist
One-Time Carbonizing
Pattern Tissue
Tape Base
Crepe Base
Gift Tissue
Coffee & Tea Filter
Deli & Bakery Papers
Fruit Wraps
Food Wraps & Liners
Medical Packaging
Doctor Roll

About Burrows Paper Corporation
Founded in 1919, Burrows entered the paper market with a single paper mill purchased by its founder, Andrew Burrows in Little Falls, NY. Over the years, additional paper mills were acquired in Lyons Falls, New York and Pickens, Mississippi as well as a second mill in Little Falls. The operations become known for producing highly differentiated products engineered for targeted end-use applications.

In 1986, Burrows expanded to include lightweight specialty packaging with three U.S. based plants (Ohio, Iowa, and Nevada) and two international locations (Netherlands and China). The packaging operations and Burrows Paper Company name were sold in a separate transaction on December 14, 2016.