Pictured above: Brentwood and Williamson County are represented by Sen. Jack Johnson (R – Franklin), Rep. Glen Casada (R – Franklin), Rep. Charles Sargent (R – Franklin) and Rep. Sam Whitson (R – Franklin) in the Tennessee General Assembly.
Headquarters will create up to 25 new jobs in Greater Nashville
Nashville, TN — Orchids Paper Products (NYSE MKT: TIS), a leader in the private label tissue industry, announced that it is establishing its headquarters in Brentwood, creating up to 25 jobs in Williamson County.
“Tennessee’s business-friendly environment and high quality workforce have attracted some of the world’s most recognizable brands to our state,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “We’re thankful that Orchids Paper, like countless other companies over the years, has decided to call Tennessee home. We look forward to establishing a strong and lasting partnership with Orchids Paper as it establishes its headquarters in Williamson County and creates high quality job opportunities.”
Orchids Paper’s new headquarters is at 201 Summit Avenue, located off Interstate 65 near Old Hickory Boulevard, where it has recently renovated approximately 6,700 square feet of office space.
“We expect the convenient location of our new office and the desirability of Williamson County as a place to live and work to help us attract and retain talent,” Jeff Schoen, Orchids Paper president and CEO, said. “Our new offices provide room for growth and are conveniently located close to key customers. Additionally, the Nashville area is centrally located between our principal production facilities in other states and therefore will serve as a hub for our operations.”
Orchids Paper currently operates paper mill and converting facilities in Oklahoma and South Carolina. Orchids Paper’s brand products include Orchids Supreme, Clean Scents, Tackle, Virtue, Colortex and others. Orchids also produces many private-label tissue products.
Contact: Rod Gloss, Orchids Paper Products
Chief Financial Officer
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