One of IP's largest mills, our BriteTop linerboard is the finest in North America, and our uncoated freesheet is in the reams of the best-known names in copy and printing paper.
Located in central Alabama, Riverdale Mill is unique among IP mills, as we produce both linerboard and medium for containers, as well as uncoated freesheet for copy and printing paper. More than 750 team members make Riverdale one of the largest in the company.
Riverdale is fully integrated, meaning the facility produces its own pulp, power, and recycled fiber stock from both tree-length logs and old corrugated containers. Our two paper machines produce BriteTop linerboard and medium, as well as copy and printing paper. Our power and energy operations boast multiple steam boilers and turbine generators. The mill’s pulp operations produce bleached and unbleached fiber from multiple pulping lines. Our packaging operations handle dozens of SKUs for our customers, and we ship thousands of rolls and millions of cases of paper across the country by truck and rail.
You won’t find a bigger variety of opportunities to learn, grow and experience the different elements of the pulp and paper industry than at Riverdale Mill.
Riverdale alumni have advanced to positions of leadership across the company
We’ve collaborated with engineers to create a strong onboarding program designed to build your foundation for success. Riverdale University (RDU) is a 20-week program that immerses you in our culture of safety and our systems. Take on projects of increasing difficulty as you gain experience and proficiency that will allow you to hit the ground running in your next role.
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