Member News: RockTenn Acquires NPG

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RockTenn announced their acquisition of  NPG, Inc., (NPG), a leading independent merchandising displays company, today. NPG, headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn., will expand RockTenn’s services by adding two manufacturing facilities, more than 400 workers, more innovative retail solutions, large-format printing, and more.

In RockTenn’s press release they quote Craig Gunckel, executive vice president, RockTenn, and general manager, RockTenn Merchandising Displays saying, “NPG’s focus on retailers, their innovative retail solutions and large-format printing capability expands our customer base and significantly improves RockTenn’s ability to provide retail insights, innovation and connectivity to all of our customers.”

NPG is known for their quality, customer service and excellence, so it will be a great addition to RockTenn. Phil Harris, formerly chief executive officer of NPG, has been named vice president and general manager, RockTenn Retail Solutions. He will continue to manage the operations along with his current leadership team.

For more details, read RockTenn’s press release click here.

You can also contact: Kathy McGowan-Carnes, 973-610-2871, kmcgowan@rocktenn.com

About RockTenn

RockTenn is one of North America’s leading integrated manufacturers of corrugated and consumer packaging. RockTenn’s 26,000 employees are committed to exceeding their customers’ expectations — every time. The company operates locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Chile, Argentina and China. For more information, visit www.rocktenn.com.

 

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