Green Bay Operations, Wisconsin

Approximately 2,300 Georgia-Pacific (GP) employees work in Green Bay. About 1,725 mill employees manufacture and distribute leading commercial and retail brands of paper products (bath tissue, napkins, towels) and about 600 business support employees provide engineering, transportation, data processing, and customer services.

Every day, GP employees and products help maintain a strong, stable economy in Northeastern Wisconsin. Every year we: 

  • Purchase about $375 million in goods and services from Wisconsin and other states
  • Pay approximately $2.6 million in property taxes
  • Pay approximately $145 million in annual payroll (gross wages and taxes)
  • Careers

    Our company and facilities are guided by the Market Based Management® philosophy which provides every employee with an opportunity to contribute and personally benefit from the value and success that they create.

    Green Bay Mill Careers
  • COMMUNITY

    We are committed to improving the quality of life in our communities. Our priority areas—the “Four E’s”—are environment, education, enrichment and entrepreneurship.

    Green Bay Community
  • ENVIRONMENT

    We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our employees, our community and our environment.

    Green Bay Environment
  • PRODUCTS

    Products made at the Greenbay Mills

    Products made at Green Bay
  • BROADWAY HISTORY

    Austin E. Cofrin gathers investors and purchases land on the west side of the Fox River south of Green Bay to start the Fort Howard Paper Company.

    History of Broadway Mill
  • DAY STREET HISTORY

    The mill is founded by the investments of seven men from Green Bay and Milwaukee: Frank H. Suffel, Michael J. McCormick, W.P. Wagner, Iver J. Terp, Elias H. Bottum, Charles Fisher, and Herman Segnetz.

    Green Bay Day Street Mill History