Whether mopping up spills in the kitchen or tending to personal hygiene, consumers can rely on Resolute’s tissue products to get them through the day. As one of the few integrated tissue
manufacturers in North America, we are committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations for flexibility, quality and service.
Resolute Forest Products is building one of the most integrated and competitive tissue businesses in North America.
We have completed construction of a state-of-the-art facility in Calhoun (Tennessee) with the capacity to manufacture 66,000 short tons (60,000 metric tons) annually of
premium private-label tissue, including bath and towel, aimed at the growing at-home market. With its world-class tissue machine and three converting lines, this will be one of the most efficient tissue operations in North America, positioning Resolute as a key player in the market.
In November 2015, we acquired Atlas Paper Holdings, Inc., a manufacturer of branded and private-label tissue products for retail and away-from-home markets. We have two manufacturing facilities in Florida (Hialeah and Sanford) with a production capacity of 62,000 short tons (56,000 metric tons) across three tissue machines and 11 converting lines. We offer Green Seal™-certified 100% recycled products and virgin paper grades. Branded products include Windsor Place®, Green Heritage®, Harmony®, Bunny Soft® and Eversoft®.
Resolute’s tissue operations benefit from vertical integration. Our tissue products are manufactured from 100% recycled pulp or from virgin fiber (less than 3% sourced externally) from the company’s
internal market pulp network. This allows us to control the production process – from material input to final product – ensuring precise control, cost-competitiveness and consistent quality, while offering the flexibility and customization our customers demand.
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