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Norampac Sells its Red Rock Mill in Ontario
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St.Bruno, Quebec, Canada, 07 September 2007 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Norampac, a division of Cascades Canada Inc (CAS-TSX) announced today the signing of a letter of intent for the sale of its Red Rock linerboard mill, located in northwest Ontario.

Norampac has agreed to pay the purchaser, North American Logistic Services Inc., CAD 10 million to encourage the start-up of a new line of production at the facility. The transaction is expected to be concluded by the end of October 2007.

The Red Rock mill was shut down indefinitely on 03 October 2006, due to unfavorable economic factors.

About Norampac

Norampac owns seven containerboard mills and 26 corrugated products plants in the United States, Canada, and France. With an annual production capacity of more than 1.3 million short tons, Norampac is the largest containerboard producer in Canada and the seventh largest in North America. Norampac, which is also a major Canadian manufacturer of corrugated products, is a division of Cascades Canada Inc. (symbol: CAS-TSX).

Founded in 1964, Cascades produces, transforms, and markets packaging products, tissue paper, and fine papers composed mainly of recycled fibers. Cascades employs nearly 14,000 men and women who work in more than 100 modern and flexible production units located in North America and Europe. The Cascades shares trade on the Toronto stock exchange under the ticker symbol CAS.

Source: Norampac, Inc.


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