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Unisource Will Market Grays Harbor Paper Products

Friday, August 24, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

NORCROSS, GA (August 23, 2007) – Unisource Worldwide, Inc., one of the leading distributors of paper, packaging and facility supplies in North America, has announced plans to market and sell Grays Harbor Paper products in its Northwest market areas.
Unisource’s new lineup of paper products includes Starbrite Opaque Recycled sheets and rolls, Grays Harbor 40 Recycled offset sheets and rolls, Galaxy Offset sheets and rolls, Harbor 40 Xerographic, Harbor 100 Xerographic, Digital rolls and MOCR Laser bond rolls.  Grays Harbor Paper’s Harbor 100 differentiates itself from other products by using environmentally friendly production techniques and is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
“We will soon begin building our inventory of Grays Harbor Paper products in the Northwest market,” said Vince Clubb, Unisource’s Area Marketing Director, West.  “Through this new relationship, we can meet our customers’ needs for top-quality recycled products and key private label grades – all sourced from a mill much closer to our distribution centers in Washington, Oregon, Utah and Northern California.  We are not only offering new products, but also improving the supply chain and our environmental stewardship, by reducing our carbon footprint.”
Unisource will distribute Grays Harbor Paper products to mid-sized and large commercial, re-distribution, tax-supported, and corporate end-user customers from facilities in Seattle, WA; Spokane, WA; Portland, OR; Medford, OR; Salt Lake City, UT; Pleasanton, CA; Sacramento, CA; Reno, NV; and Fresno, CA; and to small-business customers from all PaperPlus stores in these areas.




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