Headquartered in York, Pennsylvania, the P. H. Glatfelter Company is an international manufacturer specialty papers and engineered products. The Company’s primary markets for specialized fine printing papers are book publishing, envelope converting, and lightweight financial publication. The Company’s engineered product markets include a diverse range of technical papers for postage, ink jet printing, metallized beverage labels, tea bags, coffee filters, decorative and overlay.

The Company’s U. S. operations include facilities in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania; and Neenah, Wisconsin. International operations include facilities in Germany, France, and the Philippines. The Company's products are marketed in most parts of the United States and in many foreign countries, either through wholesale paper merchants, brokers, and agents, or direct to customers.

The Spring Grove mill is an integrated paper manufacturing plant, producing a substantial part of its fiber requirements from wood. The Neenah mill recycles a wide range of wastepaper to provide its principal fiber raw material. Both mills recycle internally generated waste to supply part of the fiber required for operations.

Papierfabrik Schoeller & Hoesch GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary, operates mills in Gernsbach, Germany and Scaer, France, a melt-blown fiber facility in Wisches, France and an abaca pulp mill in the Philippines.

The Glatfelter Pulp Wood Company, a wholly owned subsidiary, is responsible for woodlands management and for procurement of pulpwood from Company-owned land and from independent sources for use by the Spring Grove mill.

Worldwide P.H. Glatfelter employs approximately 3,800 people.


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