MillTown Paper Selects Go2Paper To Sell Paper Online
Press release from the issuing company
OAKLAND, CA- (January, 21 2003)- Go2Paper, a leading provider of e-business tools and services for the global paper industry, announced today the launching of the MillTown Paper’s Private Web to help them sell excess paper inventory online. MillTown Paper, with converting and warehousing space in Neenah, WI, is a merchant of printing and writing paper. Go2Paper’s Private Web Services enables paper merchants, printers, converters, and mills to efficiently market their company and excess paper inventory to more potential buyers on their MarketPlace at www.go2paper.com.
“Go2Paper is by far the best online solution to market our company and to sell our quality paper”, said Greg Duerr, President, MillTown Paper. He added, “we’ve looked at other online solutions in the past and they were just too complex to manage. Plus, with Go2Paper we can look to buy great inventory from printers and end users.”
Go2Paper’s Private Web Services allow companies to manage and market their paper inventory online to potential buyers, complete with e-commerce capability. In addition, a Private Web helps them extend their brand online without incurring the heavy expenditures of creating and maintaining an e-commerce operation themselves. Furthermore, it allows them to select which users will have access to view their inventory providing for greater privacy and security.
Mike Conran, Go2Paper CEO, said, “MillTown Paper provides a great selection of inventory for our members and has the converting facilities to quickly meet their paper requirements. We’re very pleased to have them on board.”
Go2Paper is a technology company providing online solutions for the paper industry, including the Paper MarketPlace, an online source to buy/sell paper, the Private Web, the Paper Manager, and Professional Services.
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