Grays Harbor Paper is a locally owned and operated company that was reborn in 1993 by local families to bring jobs to Grays Harbor. Working together with the local community, Grays Harbor Paper has managed to make itself a leader in regional sustainability and a successful producer of high-quality uncoated freesheet, offsets and opaques at reasonable costs. The locally-owned, family business also offers outstanding customer service and loyalty.
When a large paper company left an abandoned mill in Grays Harbor and thousands out of work, the Quigg family saw an opportunity. In 1993, they re-opened as Grays Harbor Paper and brought jobs and hope to the community again. Since then, the the Team Members at Grays Harbor Paper have worked tirelessly, and not always for glory, to produce a quality product with as little impact to the environment as possible.
Like Minded Businesses
Organizations committed to sustainable practices have joined with Grays Harbor Paper for their paper supply and in doing so, have started a movement toward a more environmentally-friendly office environment and less waste. Nike, REI and Kettle Foods use Grays Harbor Paper, as well as several large universities and public agencies such as the City of Seattle, City of Portland, City of Santa Monica, City of Hoquiam, the State of Washington and the State of California. They are joined by environmental groups such as Metafore and Forest Ethics. Grays Harbor Paper products are used in these agencies to produce annual reports, sustainability reports, account and billing statements and for everyday copy and printer paper use.