"Here at Appvion we believe the environment and the economy are not mutually exclusive. Sustaining our environment is key to our future success as a company. That is why we’ve committed our enterprise to developing innovative environmentally responsible solutions for your coating needs.”
- George Wurtz, President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer -

Appvion has a passion for people, paper, innovation and possibilities. At Appvion, we do more than just produce high-quality paper and film. We inspire creativity, innovation and success. Our decades of experience and long-lasting customer partnerships have helped us develop leading brands and products in our industries.

For over 100 years, Appvion has been the leading expert in our industries and continues to apply innovation for the future. While our name has changed throughout the years, our passion, service and drive has grown. Appvion is headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin. We operate coating and converting plants in Appleton, Wisconsin and West Carrollton, Ohio and operate a fully integrated pulp and paper mill in Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania.


Charles Boyd founded The Appleton Paper Company on May 13, 1907 in Appleton, Wisconsin
Begins marketing coated papers under its own brand - Direct Sales Bond
Microencapsulation is invented by NCR chemists Barry Green and Lowell Schleicher
The world's first carbonless paper, NCR PAPER* Brand is introduced
Manufacturing of thermal paper begins
Introduces NCR PAPER* Brand Superior, enhancing the use of color for business forms
Begins making first recyclable Carbonless paper
Becomes the first manufacturer to achieve ISO 9002 certification for the production of thermal paper
Roaring Spring mill is approved to produce U.S. Treasury and Government Printing Office security papers
BPA is removed from thermal paper
Celebrates 100th anniversary
Launches the first thermal receipt paper made using vitamin C
Triumph® High-Speed Inkjet Papers line is introduced
kaBoom!® Colored Papers line is introduced
Triumph™ Digital Media line is introduced