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Mohawk Named Top Green-IT Organization

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

COHOES, N.Y., -- Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. has been ranked as the number one Green-IT Organization for 2009 by IDG's Computerworld.

For the second year in a row, Computerworld set out to identify organizations that are implementing smart, efficient strategies to achieve "Green-IT." Twenty-four companies were named by Computerworld as the top 12 Green-IT Users, and top 12 Green-IT Vendors. Mohawk Fine Papers was named #1 in the top 12 Green-IT Users category.

"Smart organizations know that there are energy and money savings beyond data center walls, and even beyond the IT department. Green-IT efforts are found up and down the supply chain, from the data center to the desktop, from the mainframe to the end user," said Scot Finnie, Editor in Chief, Computerworld. "The organizations recognized in our second annual Top Green-IT issue have explored new ways to apply technology to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in every part of their operations."

Mohawk credits Paul Stamas, Vice President of Information Technology for this prestigious recognition. "Under Paul's leadership, we have leveraged our investments in information technologies to establish sustainable best-practices across our manufacturing, distribution and supply chain operations. Mohawk Fine Papers has a long history of environmental stewardship and this acknowledgement recognizes our ongoing commitment to maintain our leadership position through continued environmental innovation and investment," said Thomas D. O'Connor, Jr., Chairman and CEO, Mohawk Fine Papers.

A list of the Top Green-IT honorees can be found at http://www.computerworld.com/topgreen09.




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