The Cloquet Mill, owned by Sappi since 2002, has thrived while other paper mills in the region have closed down.
Celebrating its 125th anniversary this summer, the mill credits its longevity to adapting to changing market demands.
As advertisers shifted away from print, the mill found success in new markets such as custom photo albums, store displays, and gift cards.
It also diversified its operations by producing dissolving pulp, which is exported for use in various industries.
The ability to adapt and evolve has enabled the Cloquet Mill to not only survive but thrive for over a century.
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