Port Angeles: Daishowa mill to restart Monday

PORT ANGELES — While Daishowa America officials are heralding Monday’s restart of the Ediz Hook pulp mill, KPLY Inc. officials are mum about that mills restart.

Both mills shut down last week, but only Daishowa America officials have said plant operations will resume Monday as scheduled.

KPLY General Manager Ernie Van Ogle did not return calls seeking comment Friday and Saturday, and the mill’s corporate president said he does not know the restart status.

But at the Daishowa mill, “it will be business as normal come Monday afternoon,” Engineering Manager Dean Reed said Friday.

The mill originally shut down for one week because its inventory of telephone book paper exceeded demand.

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