Atlantic Packaging Products has announced it is selling off the site’s machinery assets.
At the time of going to print, the Whitby- based company which provided sustainable packaging solutions and co-packing services across North America.
Infinity Asset Solutions & Can-Am Machinery are auctioning off surplus equipment, which is for the manufacture of napkins and tissues and include a Voith- supplied 104” tissue machine with a Voith Due Former-Crescent type wet end, and a Voith 100 TPD de-inking plant complete with process components.
The Voith de-inking plant has an annual capacity of 29,000 metric tonnes and is currently not in production at the site.
Atlantic Packaging Products has been in business since 1945 when it first opened its doors as a small converting plant.
Since that time it has become one of the largest and most respected companies focusing on the delivery of quality, sustainable packaging products to large and small customers alike.
In recent years Atlantic had repurposed its Whitby mill to manufacture ‘Smartcor’, the first high-performance, lightweight recycled paper in North America.
Significantly, its Scarborough plant was the first mill in Canada for decades to use 100% recycled containerboard.
Infinity Asset Solutions & Can-Am Machinery are auctioning off surplus equipment on 14 November.