Press Release

Newark Recovery and Recycling adds new balers in Shreveport, LA, and Salem, MA, locations

Wed, Dec 05, 2012
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CRANFORD, NJ, Dec. 5, 2012 (Press Release) -The Newark Group (www.newarkgroup.com), a leader in the collection of secondary fibers and the manufacturing and converting of 100% recycled paperboard, today announced that it is acquired Mosley 200HP balers for the Shreveport, LA and Salem, MA locations of Newark Recovery and Recycling. The move is part of an overall initiative to upgrade key corporate locations to improve operations in line with business opportunity.

"As our business changes, so too must the equipment that we use to support the business," commented Johnny Gold, Senior VP of the Newark Recovery and Recycling division of The Newark Group. He added, "We are now recovering and baling more plastics, sheet metal and large sheets of cardboard in addition to paper recyclables, so the need for equipment that is better capable of handling these additional recyclables became a priority."

Able to bale at two to three times the speed of traditional balers, the Mosley units will also feature the L&P Pinnacle wire-tie system which has been proven to speed production and minimize downtime. Additional equipment and process improvements are planned for introduction in 2013 in more of the ten Newark Recovery and Recycling locations.

About The Newark Group

The Newark Group is a vertically-integrated leader in 100% recycled paperboard collection, manufacturing and converting with 38 locations across the U.S. and Canada. Founded in 1912, the Company is committed to innovation and to becoming, for customers, employees and communities a recognized, reliable and respected leader in 100% recycled paperboard innovations. The Newark Group operates with the belief that nothing is impossible, and that innovation only matters if it improves processes or outcomes for our customers.

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