The plant is owned now by Verso. For several years the mill has had several two-week shutdowns. This is caused by lack of product demand. The mill produces high-gloss paper only usable for magazines and advertisement. After the holiday season, the mill often has a significant drop in demand, especially from the advertising sector. The mill does not seem to be in danger of shutting down. As for other business Guilford serves the Verso mill at Bucksport, the Sappi mill at Hinkley, the feed distributors at Detroit and a few small businesses in the Augusta area as well as the paper mill at Madison. There is more business off the Rumford branch, but I don't really know the details. The Woodland mill still is in operation, but the word on the street I've heard is that it's on its last legs.
All the losses in industries served seem to fall under the category of Guilford not wanting to serve companies, just run from Point A to Point B.