Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Nuplex
Nuplex
Nuplex
Nuplex
Visy Campbellfield
Visy Campbellfield
 Australian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]  Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]  In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]  In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.  Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.  The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.  Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.  Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.  Stewart Donn Photography.  A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography.   Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.  Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.  Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.         
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Australian Paper Mill Maryvale
Australian Paper Mill Maryvale
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Australian Paper Mill Maryvale
Australian Paper Mill Maryvale
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Norske Skog
Norske SkogAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Norske Skog
Norske SkogAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Nuplex
NuplexAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Nuplex
NuplexAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Visy Campbellfield
Visy CampbellfieldAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
 Australian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]  Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]  In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]  In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.  Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.  The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.  Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.  Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.  Stewart Donn Photography.  A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography.   Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.  Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.  Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.         
Australian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Norske Skog
Norske SkogAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Norske Skog
Norske SkogAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Australian Paper Mill Maryvale
Australian Paper Mill MaryvaleAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Norske Skog
Norske SkogAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Australian Paper Mill Maryvale
Australian Paper Mill MaryvaleAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
Norske Skog
Norske SkogAustralian Paper is the only Australian manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers. Australian Paper directly employs 1,294 people and manufactures more than 600,000 tonnes of paper annually for Australia, New Zealand and export markets.[1] It has two manufacturing facilities: the Maryvale Mill (Latrobe Valley, Victoria) and the Preston manufacturing facility (Preston, Victoria).[2]Australian Paper was purchased from Paperlinx by Japan-based Nippon Paper Group in June 2009.[3]In February 2015 Australian Paper announced the closure of the Shoalhaven Paper Mill in Nowra, NSW.[4] The mill closed in July 2015.[5]In April 2015 Australian Paper opened a new A$90 million paper recycling plant at the Maryvale Mill. The plant can process up to 80,000 tonnes of wastepaper a year.Norske Skog (Australasia) Pty Ltd.The Sydney sales office is responsible for the supply of approx 600,000 tonnes of paper to publishers and commercial printers throughout Australia. Publication papers available are newsprint, high white 'improved newsprint', book and directory papers from the Albury, Boyer and Tasman mills together with supercalendered grades and coated paper from Norske Skog’s European mills.Norske Skog has the privilege of supplying the bulk of the total newspaper publishing paper requirements for both metropolitan and regional publishers throughout the country.Considerable innovation in logistics and service systems together with regular upgrading of paper machines has lead to highly efficient and effective supply capabilities on a sustainable basis.Stewart Donn Photography.A Melbourne based photographer specialising in all Corporate, Commercial, Industrial and Product photography. Specialising in this type of photography allows Stewart to make complicated corporate and industrial scenes, and the people in these scenes, look heroic, interesting and beautiful.Based in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.Stewart has worked and is comfortable working with, small one to five man companies such as Fundere Artist Foundry in Footscray, through to larger companies such as the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Museum Victoria, and Energy Power Systems Australia, and has also worked with Agency’s such as Badjar Ogilvy, One20 and DT Digital.   
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