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Good economic news in Quinte West

Former Sonoco plant in Glen Miller. (Photo: Facebook)

Another vacant floor in Quinte West has been sold.

Quinte Economic Development Commission CEO Chris King said Thursday that the former Sonoco paper mill in Glen Miller has been sold.

King did not provide details, except to say that the building is undergoing remodeling and that the new industry is unrelated to the papermaking business.

The buyer is expected to announce more details in the near future. The Sonoco mill closed in the summer of 2020, putting more than 100 people out of work.

Not long ago it was announced that Nestlé’s Trenton plant had been purchased by a Tillsonburg-based frozen food company.


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