The company has operated in Guardbridge for 135 years
Finance Secretary John Swinney will meet politicians from north-east Fife to discuss the closure of a paper mill.
Lib Dem MP Sir Ming Campbell and MSP Iain Smith have criticised the Scottish Government for a lack of response to the closure, which affects 260 jobs.
Some 180 members of the workforce at Curtis Fine Papers in Guardbridge have already been laid off, with uncertainty hanging over the remaining 80 staff.
Production ceased when administrators were called in last week.
The company had been facing financial difficulties, although in recent months had witnessed a slight upturn in its fortunes.
Several attempts to sell the company failed and administrators decided to cease operations.
The company has been making paper in the area for 135 years and was taken over in a management buy-out in 2006.
The area's two political representatives have already secured a meeting with administrators KPMG which is expected to take place this week.
Finance Secretary John Swinney has also agreed to a meeting.
A Scottish Government spokesman said: "We are doing everything we can to help staff at Curtis Fine and our main concern is to ensure everything possible is done to assist those affected.
"Finance Secretary John Swinney will meet with local representatives today to see what more can be done.
"The Partnership Action for Continuing Employment initiative will provide those who have been made redundant with tailored help and support to enable them to access alternative employment opportunities."