Mail-Well Printing Group Signs with Go2Paper to Sell Excess Paper
Press release from the issuing company
OAKLAND, Calif.--Feb. 25, 2003--Go2Paper, a leading provider of e-business tools and services for the global paper industry, announced today the launching of Mail-Well's Private Web on Go2Paper, located at www.go2paper.com to sell their excess paper. Mail-Well is a printer engaged in the commercial printing and envelope, office documents and label market segments. The Company operates 86 printing and manufacturing facilities throughout North America.
"Go2Paper offers a great solution for us to maximize revenues from our excess paper," said Larry Catani, VP Purchasing at Mail-Well, Inc. He added, "We are looking forward to expanding this service to all of our printing plants, allowing them to free up working capital and provide faster inventory turns."
The Private Web service allows companies to post and manage their own inventory on Go2Paper providing them with cost effective branding and market exposure. In addition, it allows them to select which users have access to their inventory allowing for greater privacy and security. Plus, with the built-in marketing tools, sellers can email their listings to potential buyers avoiding the time consuming tasks of making phone calls and sending faxes.
Mike Conran, Go2Paper CEO, said, "We are very pleased to be offering our Private Web services to Mail-Well as they provide our members with a great selection of prime paper, both in rolls and sheets. Our solution is perfect for a large printer such as Mail-Well because the Private Web enables Mail-Well to organize all their inventory for sale throughout their many printing locations."
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