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100 years of the Stotzheim paper mill



In 1919, the company premises and the building in Stotzheim were founded by Adolf Halstrick and the Stauff Purchased. The conversion of the production for tissue paper and toilet paper began in 1926 with 52 employees. Dr. Adolf Halstrick was appointed Managing Director in 1928 and in the same year the first napkins were produced in the Stotzheim mill. During the Second World War, production was restricted to dressing material and embossing napkins for hospitals.

After the end of the war, a new company started in 1947 with a total of 47 employees and by 1972 the production facility in Stotzheim was one of the leading companies in Europe in the field of paper production and napkin production. Between 1972 and 1985, the product range was optimized so that only napkin products were produced at the Stotzheim mill. The Stotzheim mill has been owned by Metsä Tissue Oy since 1998. With its approximately 200 employees itis one of the largest private label napkin manufacturers in Europe. From Stotzheim, napkins are delivered to all wellknown food retail companies, the discounters, the drugstores and the wholesale markets.

As one of the larger employers in the district of Euskirchen, young people become trained in the professions of paper technologist, industrial mechanic, media technologist, machine
and plant manager, electronics technician for industrial technology and industrial clerk are every year in Stotzheim. Further information on the subject of training can be found on www.metsatissue.com and on facebook under www.facebook.com/metsatissuegmbh.




100 years of the Stotzheim paper mill



In 1919, the company premises and the building in Stotzheim were founded by Adolf Halstrick and the Stauff Purchased. The conversion of the production for tissue paper and toilet paper began in 1926 with 52 employees. Dr. Adolf Halstrick was appointed Managing Director in 1928 and in the same year the first napkins were produced in the Stotzheim mill. During the Second World War, production was restricted to dressing material and embossing napkins for hospitals.

After the end of the war, a new company started in 1947 with a total of 47 employees and by 1972 the production facility in Stotzheim was one of the leading companies in Europe in the field of paper production and napkin production. Between 1972 and 1985, the product range was optimized so that only napkin products were produced at the Stotzheim mill. The Stotzheim mill has been owned by Metsä Tissue Oy since 1998. With its approximately 200 employees itis one of the largest private label napkin manufacturers in Europe. From Stotzheim, napkins are delivered to all wellknown food retail companies, the discounters, the drugstores and the wholesale markets.

As one of the larger employers in the district of Euskirchen, young people become trained in the professions of paper technologist, industrial mechanic, media technologist, machine
and plant manager, electronics technician for industrial technology and industrial clerk are every year in Stotzheim. Further information on the subject of training can be found on www.metsatissue.com and on facebook under www.facebook.com/metsatissuegmbh.




100 years of the Stotzheim paper mill



In 1919, the company premises and the building in Stotzheim were founded by Adolf Halstrick and the Stauff Purchased. The conversion of the production for tissue paper and toilet paper began in 1926 with 52 employees. Dr. Adolf Halstrick was appointed Managing Director in 1928 and in the same year the first napkins were produced in the Stotzheim mill. During the Second World War, production was restricted to dressing material and embossing napkins for hospitals.

After the end of the war, a new company started in 1947 with a total of 47 employees and by 1972 the production facility in Stotzheim was one of the leading companies in Europe in the field of paper production and napkin production. Between 1972 and 1985, the product range was optimized so that only napkin products were produced at the Stotzheim mill. The Stotzheim mill has been owned by Metsä Tissue Oy since 1998. With its approximately 200 employees itis one of the largest private label napkin manufacturers in Europe. From Stotzheim, napkins are delivered to all wellknown food retail companies, the discounters, the drugstores and the wholesale markets.

As one of the larger employers in the district of Euskirchen, young people become trained in the professions of paper technologist, industrial mechanic, media technologist, machine
and plant manager, electronics technician for industrial technology and industrial clerk are every year in Stotzheim. Further information on the subject of training can be found on www.metsatissue.com and on facebook under www.facebook.com/metsatissuegmbh.




100 years of the Stotzheim paper mill



In 1919, the company premises and the building in Stotzheim were founded by Adolf Halstrick and the Stauff Purchased. The conversion of the production for tissue paper and toilet paper began in 1926 with 52 employees. Dr. Adolf Halstrick was appointed Managing Director in 1928 and in the same year the first napkins were produced in the Stotzheim mill. During the Second World War, production was restricted to dressing material and embossing napkins for hospitals.

After the end of the war, a new company started in 1947 with a total of 47 employees and by 1972 the production facility in Stotzheim was one of the leading companies in Europe in the field of paper production and napkin production. Between 1972 and 1985, the product range was optimized so that only napkin products were produced at the Stotzheim mill. The Stotzheim mill has been owned by Metsä Tissue Oy since 1998. With its approximately 200 employees itis one of the largest private label napkin manufacturers in Europe. From Stotzheim, napkins are delivered to all wellknown food retail companies, the discounters, the drugstores and the wholesale markets.

As one of the larger employers in the district of Euskirchen, young people become trained in the professions of paper technologist, industrial mechanic, media technologist, machine
and plant manager, electronics technician for industrial technology and industrial clerk are every year in Stotzheim. Further information on the subject of training can be found on www.metsatissue.com and on facebook under www.facebook.com/metsatissuegmbh.




100 years of the Stotzheim paper mill



In 1919, the company premises and the building in Stotzheim were founded by Adolf Halstrick and the Stauff Purchased. The conversion of the production for tissue paper and toilet paper began in 1926 with 52 employees. Dr. Adolf Halstrick was appointed Managing Director in 1928 and in the same year the first napkins were produced in the Stotzheim mill. During the Second World War, production was restricted to dressing material and embossing napkins for hospitals.

After the end of the war, a new company started in 1947 with a total of 47 employees and by 1972 the production facility in Stotzheim was one of the leading companies in Europe in the field of paper production and napkin production. Between 1972 and 1985, the product range was optimized so that only napkin products were produced at the Stotzheim mill. The Stotzheim mill has been owned by Metsä Tissue Oy since 1998. With its approximately 200 employees itis one of the largest private label napkin manufacturers in Europe. From Stotzheim, napkins are delivered to all wellknown food retail companies, the discounters, the drugstores and the wholesale markets.

As one of the larger employers in the district of Euskirchen, young people become trained in the professions of paper technologist, industrial mechanic, media technologist, machine
and plant manager, electronics technician for industrial technology and industrial clerk are every year in Stotzheim. Further information on the subject of training can be found on www.metsatissue.com and on facebook under www.facebook.com/metsatissuegmbh.




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