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  • The Airlaid Market: Is It Time for Investment?

    The Airlaid Market: Is It Time for Investment?

    Karen McIntyre, senior editor || October 2, 2014
    As supply continues to tighten, the industry is waiting for someone to step-up and add some capacity

  • Georgia-Pacific


    September 15, 2014
    Atlanta, GA 2013 Nonwovens Sales: $380 million     Plants Green Bay, WI, U.S. (two facilities); Gaston County, NC, U.S.; Steinfurt, Germany   Processes Airlaid, carded     Major Markets Baby…

  • Georgia-Pacific buys Buckeye Technologies

    April 25, 2013
    Transaction valued at $1.5 billion.

  • Georgia-Pacific

    September 11, 2006
    Georgia-Pacific Atlanta, GA $145 million Key Personnel  Mike Burandt, president, Consumer Business, North America; Bill Shultz, president, European Consumer Business; Kathy Walters, president, Commercial Business; Remi Perin, sales…

  • New Management Teams In Place At Buckeye, Georgia-Pacific

    February 10, 2006
    Buckeye Technologies Inc. has established a new organization effective this month with a mission of bringing new products to the market on an accelerated schedule. Jeffery Cook, who has been appointed senior vice president, marketing, will lead the n…

  • Koch Industries to Acquire Georgia-Pacific

    November 15, 2005
    Georgia-Pacific is set to become a privately held, wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries following a deal whereby Koch will acquire the consumer goods and construction materials company in a $48 per share cash tender offer. The transaction has a…

  • Georgia-Pacific


    January 1, 2002
    Location: Atlanta, GA Sales: $135 Million Description: Key Personnel Mike Burandt, president, Consumer Business, North America; John Lundgren, president, European Consumer Business; Paul Farren, vice president and general manager Nonwovens; Remi…