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Paper Merchant Insider

Paper Merchant Insider is NPTA's new quarterly newsletter. Paper Merchant Insider is designed to keep NPTA Members connected with industry events, members and to stay up-to-date on all things NPTA. 

 

2017 Q2 Executive Interview: Greg Gibson

Greg Gibson has been in the paper industry since 1982, and one thing that hasn't changed: his focus on employee safety. "It's a real frustration for our company that we had people getting hurt, which affects them, their families, and so forth," Gibson said. Gibson has worked to make safety a core value of Industrial Paper, where people are not only looking after their own safety, but the safety of their colleagues, too.

 

 

2017 Q1 Executive Interview: Jan Gottesman

The year 1986 saw a number of fairly major historical events. In the news, the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded soon after lift-off in Florida and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster happened in the former Soviet Union. In sports, the New York Mets won the World Series and the Boston Celtics celebrated their last NBA championship with Larry Bird. In entertainment, "Top Gun" ruled in the box office, and "The Oprah Winfrey Show" made its TV debut. And in the paper industry? Jan Gottesman began her impressive career.

 

 

2016 Q4 Executive Interview: Marjorie Pond

The paper industry is ever-changing and the only way to keep up with such incremental changes is to have the ability to adapt to them. Marjorie Pond, the vice president of sales for commercial print in North America at Neenah Paper, possesses that ability and has thus been awarded the Stanley O. Styles Industry Excellence Award. Recognizing how the industry is moving and shaking, and then adhering to the rhythm but staying innovative to keep on beat is precisely what Marjorie does in an industry she loves. 

 

 

 

Members on the Move

If there have been recent personnel changes in your organization let us know the specifics and we will help you communicate that change to the NPTA Community. Your contributions are a great way to keep your fellow colleagues and industry peers informed on the exciting changes happening in your career and company. To contribute your story please email npta@gonpta.com with your name, company and details about the personnel change.

 

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