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Gould Paper Changes Name of Southern Paper Subsidiary

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Harry E. Gould Jr., chairman and president of Gould Paper Corp., New York, N.Y., USA, this week announced the name change of the company’s Southern Paper subsidiary in Miami, Fla., to Gould Paper South LLC. The subsidiary has just relocated to a new and larger facility in Miami, and notes that it is poised for continued expansion in the region.

Andrew Friedman, president of Gould Paper South, said that "with the addition of many domestic mill lines to our operation, and the significant growth that we have experienced in the region, it is time to incorporate the Gould Paper name into our sales promotion and marketing plans."

David Berkowitz, Gould’s EVP and COO, added that "Florida is a very important market for us; and, as such, we have made considerable investments in the past few years and we will continue to do so in the future."

Founded in 1924 and headquartered in New York City, Gould Paper has revenues in excess of $1 billion and is one of North America's four largest distributors of printing and business papers. In 2010, Japan Pulp and Paper purchased a 51% ownership position in Gould. With this acquisition, Gould, in concert with JPP, has offices in virtually every major city throughout the world with total revenues in excess of $6 billion.


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