BAMI Industrial Partners
Australian Paper, owned by Nippon Paper Group, has a long history in local manufacturing of pulp, paper and packaging. The Maryvale mill, located in the Gippsland region of Victoria was built in 1937, and the Shoalhaven mill, located in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, opened in 1957. Today, Australian Paper has 1295 employees and is committed to sustainable practices that aim to minimise the impact on the environment, and maximise the company's social and economic contribution to its employees and the communities in which it operates.
Carter Holt Harvey Pulp & Paper's driving philosophy is continual product and service development, aiming to provide world class pulp and paper brands and set new standards in product and service innovation. CHH Pulp & Paper produces a range of kraft market pulps for use in the manufacture of papers, boards and speciality products together with containerboard for conversion into corrugated cases. From three New Zealand manufacturing facilities, CHH Pulp & Paper services customers in New Zealand, Australia and Asia.
Circa has developed the world's first continuous process for the manufacture of an important and highly flexible C6 molecule (-)-Levoglucosenone, CAS No. 37112-31-5; from waste cellulose. This molecule is a platform chemical that can be used in a wide range of multi-billion dollar markets, including green solvents, flavours, herbicides, specialty polymers and pharmaceutical APIs. Circa has a global focus with an almost unique product that is supported by four trends: a drive to more sustainable feedstocks; banning of chemicals dangerous to health and the environment; increased use of enantiomerically pure chiral products; and a continuous drive for novel products and processes.
Norske Skog is a world leading producer of newsprint and magazine paper, with nine paper mills around the world. The company's business units and sales network confer a unique position. Local presence and knowledge combined with Norske Skog's global strength distinguish it from other paper companies. The world market for newsprint and magazine paper is about 40 million tonnes, and the group has about eight per cent and five per cent of these segments respectively. Norske Skog is a world leader in the paper industry, opting to be a low-cost producer, pursue profitable growth and focus on its core business - newsprint and magazine paper.
Orora has 36 manufacturing plants and 79 distribution sites across seven countries and approximately 5700 team members. Orora supplies packaging products and services to the grocery, fast moving consumer goods and industrial markets, with the Australasia Business Group focused on fibre and beverage packaging within Australia and New Zealand. For Orora, running a sustainable business means an opportunity to improve operations by managing the impacts the company has on the communities and environment it operates within while creating value for our customers and shareholders.
In 1948, Visy started out in Melbourne as a manufacturer of corrugated cardboard boxes. The company has since grown to become one of the world's leading packaging, paper and recycling companies. Now, Visy employs over 5500 staff and operates in over 120 sites across Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Vietnam, with trading offices across Asia, Europe and the USA. Sustainability is at the heart of everything Visy does. As well as providing packaging to some of the world's best known brands, Visy also offers recycling solutions. Its goal is to meet the needs of its customers, while efficiently using and reusing scarce resources.