Paper Excellence and One Sky sign co-location agreement for new OSB turbine

Both companies received softwood and hardwood fiber allotments from the Saskatchewan government last fall.

The new agreement means that One Sky will occupy approximately 10 percent of the existing property, and the two companies share logo storage areas and existing infrastructure, including electricity, natural gas and railway lines.

“On behalf of Paper Excellence, I’m pleased to announce this agreement with One Sky and start moving forward with them on a co-location partnership,” said Carlo Dal Monte, Vice President of Energy and Business Development.

“As we continue to work to restart Prince Albert Pulp Inc., this agreement is an example of how important collaboration and collaboration is for both the forest industry and for Saskatchewan’s economic growth in general.”

“This partnership is yet another indication of the growing strength of the Saskatchewan Forest industry and an important milestone in the development of our new OSB plant in Prince Albert,” said Brian Fehr, President of One Sky Forests Products.

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