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Morcon Tissue Makes Strategic Investment in Midwest Manufacturing Plant

Morcon Tissue Manufacturing Plant in Tulsa Oklahoma

 

EAGLE BRIDGE, NY – November 5, 2018:  Morcon Tissue has invested in a new, state-of-the-art paper products manufacturing facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This investment will allow the company to better service customers, introduce new paper products and significantly increase the capacity of wound products.

Morcon Tissue's Booth at ISSA with Joe Raccuia and Laura Morris posing by the new Tulsa location signJoe Raccuia, President and Owner of Morcon Tissue stated, “we are extremely excited to announce that we will be opening our third production facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This new site will help propel us into truly becoming a national supplier for our strategic customers.” Expanding into the Midwest region is “a strategic investment and world-class location which will provide access to new markets, create supply chain efficiencies and engage a strong workforce to meet our production needs,” Raccuia added.

Laura Morris, Morcon’s VP of Sales is also excited to share the news revealing that, “Our new winder in Tulsa will add 1 million cases of new capacity to our towel and tissue offering. With this additional capacity and this ideal location in Oklahoma, we will be able to better service our existing and future partners nationwide.”

Morcon Tissue’s greenfield site, which will house their new United Converting S-70 winder, adding 1M cases of wound product capacity, is their third production facility in the United States. This location will be fully operational in Q1 of 2019.

About Morcon Tissue: 

Morcon is a leading converter of napkin, towel, tissue and specialty products for the Away-From-Home market with over 31 years of industry experience. With two converting facilities in NY and SC, and a third opening in 2019, Morcon is now able to effectively service their customers on a national basis by offering the broadest portfolio of napkin, towel, tissue and dispensing systems.

 

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