Mohawk was founded in 1931 in New York State. Throughout its history it has perfected its craft in fine papers and combined it with a high commitment to the environment. In 2003, it became the only paper mill and one of the first large-scale production facilities in the United States to offset emissions from electric power generation by purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs) issued by wind farms.

Mohawk is a company in constant change and innovation, at the forefront of the graphic arts market demand, contributing with a new generation of substrates for digital presses, such as the HP Indigo, Kodak NexPress and Xerox iGen3.

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