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Smurfit-Stone is a leading manufacturer of paperboard and paper-based packaging. It serves its thousands of customers through an extensive, integrated network of 14 mills, 105 corrugated converting operations, and 29 recycling plants. The company is a merger of Jefferson Smurfit, a major recycler of used newspaper and paper and acquired by Madison Dearborn Partners, and Stone Container.[1] Rock-Tenn (NYSE: RKT) bought the company in a $3.5 billion deal that closed in May 2011.

Existing Coal Plants

Plant Name State Year(s) Built Capacity
Jefferson Smurfit Fernandina Beach Power Plant FL 1982 74 MW

Contact Information

Smurfit-Stone
Six CityPlace Drive
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Phone: (314) 656-5300
Website: http://www.smurfit.com/

Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. "Smurfit-Stone History" Smurfit-Stone Website, September 2009.

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