Manufacturing


Columbia Pulp
Columbia Pulp is a next-generation pulp mill turning waste straw into pulp for paper making and processed byproducts for various uses. The company is building a state-of-the-art pulp mill that converts wheat straw and seed alfalfa straw into pulp that can be used in the manufacture of sustainable, tree-free paper and packaging products. Located in Dayton, Washington.
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Grab on Grips
In 1973, Grab On was the first company to make foam grips. To do this, they developed a new process for rapid grinding of extruded foam rubber. The first grips were made for ten-speed bicycles. Next came motorcycle grips, and eventually industrial grips for the OEM market. Today they make thousands of custom grips out of high-density foam that lasts. Based in Walla Walla, Washington.


Willamette Falls Paper Company
CVC purchased the business, formerly known as the West Linn Paper Company, in 2019 with plans to reopen it, nearly two years after it closed. Located in West Linn, Oregon.
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