Oji Holdings Company

Oji Holdings
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With 86 pulp and logging production sites within Japan, Oji Holdings Company has remained one of the country’s most valuable producers of packaging, paper, lumber and other products since 1873. Following the First World War, a merger made Oji into a goliath corporation that produced 80 per cent of the country’s Western-style paper.

The company holds forest interests covering 143,000 hectares worldwide and imports millions of tonnes of product back into Japan for construction. After numerous mergers and acquisitions, the company was renamed Oji, after the village in which its first mills were established.