New Zealand has become the latest country to open a new paper mill.
The N9030 Papermaking Stadium, which opened in 2020, will produce papermaking products at a plant on the outskirts of Wellington.
The facility will produce 10,000 tonnes of paper per year.
The production will be handled by the New Zealand Papermakers Group, which also owns a number of other papermaking facilities.
The new plant will employ more than 1,000 people.
The building is being built in partnership with the Papermakers of New Zealand.
The $20 million facility will make 100,000 papermaking units per year and will be open until 2025.
N9050 will supply the plant with raw materials, as well as the equipment and machinery to make paper products.
It is the latest addition to a growing number of New Zealander papermakers.
In April, the company announced plans to open its first plant in New Zealand, which is also being built.
The plant is expected to open next year.
A spokesman for the company said the announcement was made in a bid to improve the papermaking industry in New South Wales.
We believe that the opportunity to have a new, highly-skilled workforce in a small town, with a low labour cost, with excellent environmental management, and with a strong and sustainable economy, will provide strong economic benefits and will create significant long-term jobs for local people.”