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With more than 25 years in the business of manufacturing toilet tissue and paper towels for supermarkets and commercial organisations, we continue to invest in our Auckland and Dunedin businesses employing 130 Kiwis. At Cottonsoft, we have an economic responsibility to our shareholders, employees, suppliers and key stakeholders to manage and develop our business. We do this by striving to bring our New Zealand customers the quality, choice and value they deserve when purchasing kitchen and bathroom solutions. Find all the news about our company here.

Cottonsoft awarded Innovator of the Year

Cottonsoft was recently awarded Innovator of the Year 2014 by Environmental Choice New Zealand (ECNZ). The ECNZ eco-label, which is government owned, covers 2,000 products and services, and Cottonsoft was judged the most innovative new environmental license holder for 2014.

Cottonsofts adds ECNZ and BBCA logos to packs

Operating in the highly competitive FMCG space, toilet tissue and paper towel manufacturer Cottonsoft is cementing its market leadership following the recent expansion of its Dunedin manufacturing facility.

APP to support restoration of Indonesian Rainforests

Asia Pulp and Paper Group (APP) has today announced a plan to restore and support the conservation of one million hectares of rainforest across Indonesia.

Better outlook for Cottonsoft

Country Manager Kim Calvert was interviewed by Otago Daily Times

Cottonsoft will stay in Dunedin

Cottonsoft Dunedin reaffirms its commitment to the city with investment.

Cottonsoft’s long term investment in manufacturing facility

In a reversal of the manufacturing decline afflicting New Zealand’s provinces, one Kiwi company is affirming its South Island presence

Supporting our local communities

Some of those we have supported .....

Cottonsoft sponsors Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa

In May 2013, CottonSofts became a proud sponsor and supporter of Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa (BBCA).

Trade issues tabled as Indonesian delegation travels down under

As the chief executive of APP affiliates Solaris Paper Australia and Cottonsoft New Zealand, I was invited to join the Indonesian delegation that travelled with the Minister of Trade, His Excellency Gita Wirjawan, during his visit to Auckland and Canberra in the second week of October 2012.