Announcing our new CEO Charles Paquin

Mac Papers and Packaging Announces New Chief Executive Officer

Charles Paquin brings two decades of commercial experience and finance leadership to role

JACKSONVILLE, Florida (February 1, 2021)

Mac Papers and Packaging, one of the largest paper and packaging distributors in the Southeast U.S., announced today the appointment of Charles Paquin as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.

Prior to joining Mac Papers and Packaging, Paquin served as President and Chief Executive Officer of ModSpace Corporation, a North American leader in turnkey modular space and portable storage solutions with 80 branch locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. During Paquin’s 15-year tenure as CEO, he led the acquisition of General Electric’s modular space division and spearheaded the highly successful sale of ModSpace to its primary competitor, WillScot.

“Charles brings valuable expertise to the role, including deep experience with a complex branch-based distribution business, a strong financial background and extensive executive leadership experience,” stated Stephen Presser, Co-founder and Partner at Monomoy Capital Partners, the private equity firm that acquired Mac Papers and Packaging in March, 2020. “We’re confident that Charles will do a fantastic job leading the company, working closely with the impressive senior leadership team already in place as they focus on delivering top-notch customer service and strategically growing the business.”

Previously, Paquin served as the Chief Financial Officer for Volvo Commercial Finance North America for approximately six years. He began his career on General Electric’s corporate audit staff.

President and COO Rick Mitchell, who announced his decision to retire late last year, will remain with the company for an appropriate transition period.

“We greatly appreciate Rick’s many contributions, most notably his dedicated leadership through Monomoy’s acquisition of the company and skillfully steering the ship throughout the challenges presented by the pandemic,” stated Presser. “I know the entire Mac Papers and Packaging team joins all of us at Monomoy in wishing Rick the very best in his well-deserved retirement.”

Attention Media: click here to download Paquin photo.

About Mac Papers and Packaging

One of the largest wholesale distributors in the southeastern United States, Mac Papers and Packaging is a trusted distribution partner for paper and print, packaging materials and equipment, wide format products and equipment, facility supplies and office products. The company also converts and prints an extensive range of standard and custom envelopes at its state-of-the-art converting facility in Jacksonville, Florida. The First Coast city is also home to the company’s headquarters office. Founded in 1965, Mac Papers and Packaging operates distribution centers and retail stores throughout the Southeast.

Mac Papers and Packaging is owned by Monomoy Capital Partners, a private equity firm with $1.6 billion in committed capital that invests in middle-market businesses in the manufacturing, industrial, distribution and consumer products sectors.

To learn more, please visit www.macpapers.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

Media Contact

Caryn King
Caryn.King@macpapers.com
904.263.5628




End-of-year sale on Mimaki, CWT & Fluid Color demo units!

Don't miss this great EOY sale on Wide Format demo units!

We’re pleased to bring our customers great end-of-year sale prices on demo units from leading equipment manufacturers Mimaki, CWT Toolworks and Fluid Color! Pricing includes installation and training by our wide format experts.

Mimaki CJV300-130 Plus

  • 54″ printer/cutter 8-color demo unit
  • Sale price of $15,995
  • Comes with full set of SS21 ink
  • Price includes inbound freight*
  • 3-year warranty included**
  • Includes installation and training by our Wide Format experts
  • Click here to download info sheet
*Additional freight charges may apply for out-of-Florida delivery or for special delivery requests. ** 12 months of Total Care and 24 months of Parts Plus.

CWT Apex Plus 2516

  • 5’x8′ multi-tool digital flatbed cutter w/ conveyor
  • Sale price of $89,995
  • PC, Monitor, Software
  • CCD Camera
  • Creasing Wheel, Drag Knife, Kiss Cut, Bevel V-Cut
  • Electric Oscillating Tool
  • Auto Knife Initialization
  • 1.8kw Router w/ Auto Tool Changer
  • Debris Vacuum
  • 1-year parts and 1-year labor warranty included
  • Includes installation and training by our Wide Format experts
  • Price of inbound freight TBD

Fluid Color R84F Turbo

  • 4’x8′ UV flatbed printer
  • Sale price of $94,995
  • Dual Row Ricoh Gen 6 Heads CMYK+WW
  • PC, Monitor, Topjet Software
  • Onyx Thrive v19 RIP Software
  • 2-year parts and 1-year labor warranty included
  • Includes installation and training by our Wide Format experts
  • Price of inbound freight TBD

For More Information:

Contact your Mac Papers + Packaging account manager or call the Wide Format team directly at 844.MAC.WIDE (622.9433).




Announcing business segment leadership promotions

Mac Papers and Packaging Announces Senior Leadership Promotions

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (December 1, 2020) – Mac Papers and Packaging, one of the largest paper and packaging distributors in the Southeast U.S., announced today the promotion of several senior leaders across its business segments.

Executive Vice President, Paper, Craig Boortz, who currently oversees the company’s paper business segment, has been given the additional responsibility of regional management for all of the company’s distribution centers. Accordingly, all distribution center general managers now report directly to Boortz. Also reporting to Boortz is Mac Papers and Packaging veteran Carter Whiddon, who has been named Vice President, Inside Sales, a newly created role that reflects the company’s dedicated focus on outstanding customer service.

“Craig’s enduring commitment to Mac Papers and Packaging spans 28 years,” stated President and COO Rick Mitchell. “His proven leadership, industry knowledge and business skills have served Craig well, and we’re confident that he will excel in the expanded role. As Craig is quick to point out, working with a team of seasoned and skilled senior distribution center managers will go a long way toward ensuring excellent results.”

Chris McCabe has been named Executive Vice President, Packaging. McCabe joined the company in August, 2014, as Vice President of Packaging, bringing a wealth of industry experience. Over the past six years, McCabe has led the development of a comprehensive offering of packaging materials, equipment, and services and solutions, including kitting, design, customized programs for companies with complex packaging challenges, and single-source packaging programs for multi-location companies. McCabe also established the company’s exclusive Castle® packaging brand.

“Chris’s strategic vision, business acumen, effective leadership style and ability to recruit experienced talent have been instrumental in establishing packaging as a core part of our business,” stated Mitchell. “Our commitment to invest in and grow the packaging business is reflected in the addition of ‘+ Packaging’ to our corporate identity that we announced in October. I have complete confidence that Chris and the experienced team of packaging professionals he leads will continue to grow all aspects of packaging for the company.”

Ash Weekley has been promoted to Vice President, Wide Format & Graphics, and will now report directly to Mitchell. Since joining the wide format team as business development manager in 2017, Weekley has positioned Mac Papers and Packaging as a preferred distribution partner to well-known wide format equipment manufacturers and media brands. Weekley established the company’s Argent® wide format media brand and led the development of the re-imagined Wide Format IDEA Center™ the company recently announced.

“With Ash’s hard work and wide format know-how, Mac Papers + Packaging has become recognized in a short time as a respected full-service supplier to the wide format industry,” stated Mitchell. “I’m confident that Ash and the impressive team of experts he has assembled will continue to be successful in further expanding our wide format media and equipment offering to printers, sign shops and end users.”

Scott Sipkovsky has been named Vice President and General Manager of Mac Papers Envelope Converters (MPEC). After serving as Controller at MPEC for 20 years, Sipkovsky was named Director of Operations of the business in August 2019.

“Scott has been instrumental in achieving operational improvements that have continued to position MPEC as an industry leader in quality,” stated Mitchell. “Providing top-notch customer service and reliable on-time delivery is also extremely important to us, and we’re confident that we’ll continue realizing both under Scott’s proven leadership.”

About Mac Papers and Packaging

One of the largest wholesale distributors in the southeastern United States, Mac Papers and Packaging is a trusted distribution partner for paper and print, packaging materials and equipment, wide format products and equipment, facility supplies and office products. The company also converts and prints an extensive range of standard and custom envelopes at its state-of-the-art converting facility in Jacksonville, Florida. The First Coast city is also home to the company’s headquarters office. Founded in 1965, Mac Papers and Packaging operates distribution centers and retail stores throughout the Southeast.

Mac Papers and Packaging is owned by Monomoy Capital Partners, a private equity firm with $1.6 billion in committed capital that invests in middle-market businesses in the manufacturing, industrial, distribution and consumer products sectors.

To learn more, please visit www.macpapers.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

Media Contact

Caryn King
Caryn.King@macpapers.com
904.263.5628




Proud to recognize and honor all who have served!

On this Veterans Day 2020, all of us at Mac Papers + Packaging and Mac Papers Envelope Converters are extremely pleased to honor and thank all current and former members of the United States Armed Forces for their service to our country. We’re especially proud to honor and recognize the veterans on our team. It’s a privilege to work alongside you.

Air Force

Tony Jones, assistant director of warehouse, safety and training, served in the Air Force for 20+ years. Tony served in the Gulf War and was stationed in South Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, New Jersey, Germany and Korea.

Army

John Harris, an account manager at our Greensboro, North Carolina, location, is a 30-year Veteran in the U.S. Army Reserve. John retired in 2018 as a Brigade Commander after serving multiple deployments in Iraq, Afghanistan and Washington, D.C.

Leland Moseley, warehouse manager at our Raleigh, North Carolina, branch, served in the U.S. Army for nearly 10 years, including duty in Operation Desert Storm.

Dionne Kincy, a truck driver with our Tallahassee, Florida, location, served for 19 years in the U.S. Army and attained the rank of Sergeant First Class. Dionne served during the Iraq War and has performed hurricane disaster relief duties across the country.

Albert Stephens, warehouse manager for our Tallahassee, Florida, location, enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1979 and attained the rank of SPC 4. Albert was stationed in Georgia, Colorado and Germany.

Tom Kakara, a truck driver for our Nashville, Tennessee, location served for three years in the U.S. Army and three in the Florida National Guard. Tom attained the rank of SPC 4.

Alexander Solomon, a truck driver at our Tampa, Florida, location, served three years in the U.S. Army attaining the rank of SPC 4. After finishing basic training, Alexander spent his entire tour in Germany as part of an artillery battalion.

Gregory Szwajda, warehouse manager at our Orlando, Florida, location, served six years in the U.S. Army, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. He served for two tours in Afghanistan.

Mason Kerr, senior specialist for Mac National, served 28 years in the U.S Army Reserve attaining the rank of lieutenant colonel. He served in the Adjutant General’s Corps providing personnel service support.

Roosevelt Favor, operations manager trainee for our Charlotte, North Carolina, location, enlisted in the U.S. Army for 10+ years and attained the rank of Sergeant. Roosevelt was stationed in Germany, California, South Korea, Virginia and Maryland. His primary duties included managing purchasing, receiving, storage, picking, shipping, cycle counting and inventory.  Roosevelt was also an instructional trainer/facilitator for various specialty tasks.

Art Smarr, account manager with our Columbia, South Carolina, location, served in the U.S. Army for six years achieving the rank of Captain. His primary services duty was Infantryman, 1/27th Infantry. Art was stationed in Hawaii, Georgia and South Carolina.

Robert Handshu, a production supervisor at Mac Papers Envelope Converters, served 23 years in the US Army Reserves, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. After serving as an Infantry Officer for five years in the Army, Robert transferred to the Transportation Corp and deployed to the Middle East twice.  Roberts’s final position before retiring was as an instructor for the Command and Staff General College.

Marines

Ronnie Singleton, warehouse manager at our New Orleans, Louisiana, branch, achieved the rank of Corporal. Ronnie was stationed at Camp Pendleton with the 1st Battalion 7th Marines and did tours in Hong Kong, Korea, the Philippines and Okinawa.

Trebor O’Callaghan, a driver at our Atlanta location, served four years in the Marine Corp. Trebor was stationed in South Carolina, Texas and North Carolina. He attained the rank of Sergeant E-5.

George Mora, a field service planner for our Wide Format & Graphics team, served seven years in the United States Marine Corp. He served as a field radio operator while stationed in Japan and North Carolina. George attained the rank of Corporal E-4.

Bun Ou, an estimator at our envelope converters operation, served four years in the United States Marine Corp. as a Supply 3043 Army Custodian. Bun attained the rank of Lance Corporal and was stationed in North Carolina, Japan and South Carolina.

Coast Guard

Brian Powers, a packaging equipment specialist at our Jacksonville location, served six years in the United States Coast Guard as an Electricians Mate First Class. Brian ran the electrician shop at NESU Portsmouth, including two ships while at sea.

Navy

Jeffrey Illner, a specialist in our Wide Format & Graphics team, proudly served as a member of the U.S. Navy as a search and rescue swimmer in Jacksonville and onboard a ship.

Sarah Hiscox, an administrative assistant at Mac Papers Envelope Converters, served ten years in the U.S. Navy as a Raidoman-Intelligent Communications, Teletype Repair Specialist. Sarah attained the rank of E-5. She was stationed in Florida, California, South Carolina, Spain, Greece, Italy and Cuba.

Navy/Army National Guard

Jack Helle, a packaging equipment specialist at our Nashville, Tennessee, location, served in the U.S. Navy for eight years aboard the USS Cushing DD985 out of California as a Gas Turbine Systems Technician Electrical. Jack has been serving in the Army National Guard since 2009 in Tennessee and Iraq in 2010 as a Land Combat Electronic Missile System Repairer.




Announcing company name: Mac Papers and Packaging!

Mac Papers Reveals ‘Mac Papers and Packaging’ as New Corporate Identity 

New name reflects the company’s proven leadership position in and strong commitment to the packaging industry as well as its strategic priority to continue growing a core part of its business

JACKSONVILLE, Florida (October 8, 2020)

Mac Papers, one of the largest merchant distributors in the Southeast U.S., announced today the evolution of its corporate identity to Mac Papers and Packaging, marking an exciting next chapter in the company’s 55-year history as Mac Papers.

“Our new name is a natural progression for the company,” stated Mac Papers and Packaging President and COO Rick Mitchell. “We have built a comprehensive packaging business that’s a core part of our company and a key contributor to our success, and we will continue to invest in its growth.”

Mac Papers and Packaging offers an extensive range of packaging materials and equipment from leading companies in the industry. The company also offers its diverse base of customers a wide range of packaging solutions and services, including kitting, packaging design and e-commerce expertise, as well as customized packaging programs for companies with complex packaging challenges and single-source packaging programs for multi-location companies.

“The addition of ‘+Packaging’ to our company logo is an exciting milestone that signifies the intentional growth of our packaging capabilities over the past seven years and signals our plan to continue the strategic expansion of our packaging business,” stated Vice President of Packaging Chris McCabe. “Our growth trajectory has been fueled by strong partnerships with leading suppliers in the industry, multiple strategic acquisitions, and by bringing together a team of packaging experts who embrace our customer-centric approach.”

McCabe added “Our corporate management and strategic accounts teams, sales professionals, automation experts and certified technicians have extensive experience with a wide array of markets and industries, including manufacturing, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, e-commerce, and fulfillment and distribution. They all share my excitement with where we are as a company and our bright future as we continue to grow our packaging business.”

In January, 2018, the company introduced its own packaging materials line as part of its continued commitment to providing customers with best-in-class packaging solutions. The Castle® product line now includes acrylic, hot melt and reinforced water-activated carton sealing tapes as well as an extensive offering of stretch film.

“We plan to invest in and grow our packaging business while remaining steadfast in our commitment to provide valued customers with best-in-class paper, print, wide format and facility supplies products and solutions, as well as envelopes from our state-of-the-art converting operation,” stated Mitchell. “That commitment includes expanding our wide format media and equipment offering and services to printers, sign shops and end users. We’re incredibly excited about what’s ahead for Mac Papers and Packaging.”

The video below reveals our new corporate ID.  Download our new logos below.

Attention Media:

About Mac Papers and Packaging

One of the largest wholesale distributors in the southeastern United States, Mac Papers and Packaging is a trusted distribution partner for paper and print, packaging materials and equipment, wide format products and equipment, facility supplies and office products. The company also converts and prints an extensive range of standard and custom envelopes at its state-of-the-art converting facility in Jacksonville, Florida. The First Coast city is also home to the company’s headquarters office. Founded in 1965, Mac Papers and Packaging operates distribution centers and retail stores throughout the Southeast.

Mac Papers and Packaging is owned by Monomoy Capital Partners, a private equity firm with $1.6 billion in committed capital that invests in middle-market businesses in the manufacturing, industrial, distribution and consumer products sectors. To learn more, please visit macpapers.com.

Media Contact

Caryn King
Caryn.King@macpapers.com
904.263.5628




Reimagined Wide Format IDEA Center™ in Orlando!

Mac Papers Announces its Wide Format IDEA Center™ in Orlando!

Mac Papers is pleased to announce its reimagined Wide Format IDEA Center™ in Orlando, Florida. The new name and space design reflect the purpose of the center as a hub for wide format inspiration, demonstrations, education and applications.

Visitors to the IDEA Center will get hands-on experience with the latest wide format equipment from leading manufacturers including Roland, Epson, CWT and Fluid Color. The IDEA Center will also provide wide format education opportunities, from hardware and software training to workshops on a variety of topics including equipment, printing techniques and interesting applications.

“Our revamped IDEA Center is yet another example of Mac Papers’ strong commitment to thoroughly serve the growing wide format market,” stated Mac Papers Director of Wide Format Ash Weekley. “We’re extremely excited to share this enhanced experience with our customers.”

Mac Papers’ wide format experts will utilize the IDEA Center to advise and collaborate with its diverse customer base of printers, sign shops and end users in all areas of wide and grand format.

“Wide format can create substantial value for businesses and elevate their brands in a multitude of ways,” stated Weekley. “From dye sublimation and apparel to vehicle graphics, signage, and promotional products, we have the capability to cover it all at our IDEA Center.”

View the video below to take a virtual spin through the IDEA Center, and click here to visit our IDEA Center web page.




Political direct mail: a slate of impressive paper candidates!

A Slate of Worthy Paper Candidates for Political Direct Mail

With COVID-19 concerns limiting door-to-door canvassing efforts and large rallies for Election 2020, political direct mail is more important than ever. We’re proud to stock a slate of worthy paper candidates, each one earning our vote for effective direct mail that meets USPS® thickness business‑reply requirements!

MacGregor™ XP Coated Cover from Mac Papers

We’re admittedly a bit partial to this candidate! Available exclusively from Mac Papers, the MacGregor™ XP coated cover product line includes gloss and silk items guaranteed to meet USPS® 7pt and 9pt requirements.

MacGregor XP combines high-quality surface, bulk and stiffness, providing the ideal balance of runnability and printability to deliver superior results at a competitive cost. MacGregor XP retains excellent whiteness and brightness, and ensures outstanding reproduction and superior ink holdout.

Win with a warrior this election season by selecting MacGregor coated cover! Click here to download our product guide and visit our Sample Center to request a swatchbook.

Tango® Paperboard from WestRock

Tango® paperboard from WestRock is an ideal choice for political direct mail, known for the sturdiness and stability to impress.

  • Guaranteed to meet USPS® minimum requirement of 9pt thickness
  •  Superior folding, die cutting and finishing
  • Recyclable
  • Made in the USA
1 Consumer study conducted by independent research firm for WestRock. 2 Sturdiness based on Tango C2S Taber Stiffness measure compared to coated free-sheet at equivalent cover weights.

Opus PS® Premium Paper from Sappi

Sappi’s Opus PS® premium paper can score a victory – before the polls even open!

  • Premium paper proven to increase messaging recall
  • Gloss finish with stunning brightness
  • Guaranteed to meet USPS® 7pt and 9pt minimum business-reply requirements
  • 10% recycled fiber and 100% recyclable
  • Made in the USA with union labor

Springhill® Paper from International Paper

Springhill® 90 lb. Index manufactured by International Paper is a durable stock that can be relied on for political direct mail. The time-tested candidate meets the 7pt thickness requirement of the USPS®.

You’ll find a mailer printed on Springhill Index plus a door hanger and a ballot printed on Accent® Opaque in International Paper’s Election Season Voter Guide available from Mac Papers.

Request Samples and Swatchbooks

Contact your Mac Papers account manager to help you choose the right paper or paperboard. Visit our online Sample Center to request samples, swatchbooks and promotions, including the items highlighted below. In addition, Domtar has developed Ballot Stock Paper and Envelope Guides. Click here to download.

  • International Paper’s Election Season Voting Guide
  • Sappi’s NEW Opus swatchbook
  • WestRock’s Sturdy Moves People promo filled with compelling direct mail and other print samples
  • Mac Papers’ MacGregor swatchbook



USPS® Tactile, Sensory & Interactive Promotion

Make direct mail even more effective and save on postage too with USPS incentive!

There’s a wealth of compelling data highlighting the effectiveness of direct mail, not the least of which is a higher response rate than any digital direct marketing medium. In fact, direct mail generates a five to nine times higher response rate than email, paid search or social media.

In the post-pandemic “new normal,” the importance of direct mail is amplified and the need for your message to stand out is more important than ever. While direct mail involves costs – from design and paper to print and postage, there are countless ways to produce effective direct mail pieces for a wide range of budgets.

So what can we do to get the best possible return on a direct mail investment?

  • Paper already has the edge over digital because it’s innately sensory. Think about how much more engaging a piece can be simply by the choice of paper. Does your brand convey luxury? Consider a premium soft-touch paper. Promoting a family-friendly vacation getaway? Consider a paper that has a sandpaper-like texture to evoke a beachside sensation. Trying to attract new customers to your bakery? Think about using scent paper infused with the aroma of cake baking or vanilla frosting.
  • Specialty inks can also be a relatively cost-effective way to get noticed. For example, a photochromic ink that changes color with UV light exposure could be an effective way to make the fireworks image on your Fourth of July sale promotion more eye-catching and therefore more likely to get opened.
  • Take recipients on a journey and enable your brand story to unfold with the use of interactive elements such as pop-ups, infinite folds or by using dimension. Trailing edge or shapes envelopes are cost-effective ways to achieve dimensional impact.
  • Take advantage of the USPS incentive promotions for savings on postage!

USPS Tactile, Sensory & Interactive (TSI) Promotion through July 31!

One of the USPS incentive promotions currently in effect provides a 2% savings on postage for business mail that utilizes tactile, sensory or interactive features. Having more impact and saving money? That’s a win-win!

Incentive Details

Registration period runs through July 31, 2020.

Promotion period runs through July 31, 2020.

The discount for qualifying mail is 2% of eligible postage.

Qualification Requirements

Using any of the treatments listed below can qualify your mail piece for the TSI discount if they are visible and distinguishable.

  • Specialty Inks— conductive inks that contain metals like copper, leuco dyes that are heat sensitive dyes or inks that change color in variation temperature, photochromic inks that change color with UV light, optically variable ink contains materials that change appearance when viewed from different angles, piezoceramic ink that changes appearance under pressure or hydro chromic inks that change appearance when exposed to water or liquids.
  • Textural papers – tactile – sandpaper feel, soft touch, etc. Includes coatings
  • Sensory – scratch and sniff, edible, etc.
  • Dimensional elements – Trailing edge or shape envelopes
  • Must be USPS Marketing Mail® letters and flats, nonprofit USPS Marketing Mail letters and flats

 

How to Submit

All mailpiece samples must be submitted via USPS mail to the TSI Promotion Office for review and approval no later than one week prior to the mailing date. You can get all the requirements here.

Mail: US Postal Service
Attn: Tactile, Sensory & Interactive Promotion
PO Box 23282
Washington, DC 20026-3282

 

For More Information

Please visit our website for information on other USPS® incentive promotions now in effect, including emerging and advanced technology and personalized color transpromo promotion.

Trailing Edge Envelopes Qualify!

Trailing edge envelopes, like the cable company example produced by our envelope converting operation and pictured below, also qualify for the USPS TSI incentive. Embossing is another qualifying treatment that’s available at MPEC.

Use Textured Papers to Qualify!

With so many great textured papers to choose from, there are multiple ways to create a mailpiece that’s not only more engaging but also qualifies for the TSI promotion based solely on paper choice.




Mac Papers Announces New Chief Financial Officer

Mac Papers Announces New Chief Financial Officer

Ron Crowell brings over 25 years of finance leadership and extensive M&A experience to role

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (June 9, 2020) – Mac Papers, one of the largest merchant distributors in the southeastern United States, announced today the addition of finance executive Ron Crowell as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. Crowell joins the company as Greg Gay, Mac Papers’ CFO for the past 10 years, transitions into retirement.

Crowell brings over 25 years of finance leadership to the role, most recently as CFO for APR Energy, a Jacksonville-based global provider of power solutions. Prior to joining APR Energy, Crowell served as Senior Vice President of Finance for World Fuel Services, Inc. for approximately six years.

“I’m thrilled that Ron has joined our leadership team,” stated Rick Mitchell, Mac Papers President and Chief Operating Officer. “In addition to extensive finance expertise, Ron brings a wealth of M&A experience – skills that will greatly assist Mac Papers in its strategic growth trajectory.”

Gay has accepted an independent director position on the Mac Papers Board of Directors for Monomoy Capital Partners, the private equity firm that acquired Mac Papers earlier this year.

“I greatly appreciate Greg’s many valuable contributions during his tenure at Mac Papers, especially his excellent work and partnership through numerous acquisitions and the recent sale of Mac Papers to Monomoy,” stated Mitchell. “We are pleased that Greg will continue to be involved with the business through his new role on the Mac Papers Board.”

About Mac Papers

One of the largest wholesale distributors in the southeastern United States, Mac Papers is a trusted distribution partner for paper and print, packaging materials and equipment, wide format products and equipment, facility supplies and office products. The company also converts and prints an extensive range of standard and custom envelopes at its state-of-the-art converting facility in Jacksonville, Florida. The First Coast city is also home to Mac Papers’ headquarters office. Founded in 1965, Mac Papers operates branch locations and retail stores throughout the Southeast.

Mac Papers is owned by Monomoy Capital Partners, a private equity firm with $1.6 billion in committed capital that invests in middle-market businesses in the manufacturing, industrial, distribution and consumer products sectors. To learn more, please visit macpapers.com.

Media Contact

Caryn King
Caryn.King@macpapers.com
904.263.5628




Round-up of protective solutions for employees & customers

Solutions for Protecting your Employees, Customers, Guests and your Business

As workplaces and public spaces open back up, short-term and longer-term protective solutions are needed. Mac Papers offers a full range of what businesses need to keep employees safe and productive, provide a comfortable and healthy environment for guests and customers, and ultimately help keep your operation open and running smoothly.

  • Personal protective equipment

  • Hand care products & dispensers

  • Non-contact thermometers & temperature screening system

  • Cleaning chemicals, disinfectants, supplies & equipment

  • Floor/wall/window graphics & sign stands

  • Industrial tapes for marking & containment

  • Paper & synthetic media for menus & high-touch items

  • Self-seal envelopes

  • Pressure-sensitive labels

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Mac Papers offers KN95 and disposable face masks as well as face shields for industrial and non-medical use. We also stock disposable gloves.

RESOURCES: Click here for details on the face masks/shields and visit our online catalog for our full glove offering.

HAND CARE PRODUCTS & DISPENSERS

Hand soaps and sanitizers as well as hands-free dispensers and tissues and towels are essential needs for all businesses and facilities. You can count on Mac Papers and our relationships with key industry suppliers including Georgia-Pacific and Gojo for the products you need. We also have an ample supply of hand sanitizers in pump and gallon sizes in stock and available now.

RESOURCES: Click here for details on hand sanitizers available now to order and visit the Facility Supplies section of our online catalog for our full offering of products and dispensers.

NON-CONTACT THERMOMETERS & BODY TEMPERATURE SYSTEM

From non-contact infrared thermometers to have on hand at your workplace for employees to a high-tech body temperature screening system designed for high-volume traffic areas and crowds, the experts at Mac Papers have you covered with a range of solutions.

RESOURCES: Click here for details.

CLEANING CHEMICALS, DISINFECTANTS, SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT

Maintaining a clean, safe facility has never been more important. From disinfectants and cleaning chemicals to mopping and floor care supplies, janitor carts, waste baskets and can liners, you can rely on Mac Papers for high-quality products that get the job done.

RESOURCES: Visit the Facility Supplies section of our online catalog to browse available products.

FLOOR GRAPHICS & BANNER & INFORMATION STANDS

An abundance of directional and informational graphics are needed for employees and guests. Mac Papers has a complete line, from easy-to-apply and remove durable floor, wall and window graphics to our exclusive line of Argent® wide format banner materials and rigid board. We also offer a wide variety of banner and information stands, including one that does double-duty with a hand sanitizer unit.

RESOURCES: Click here to download a PDF of our General Formulations wide format graphics guide; click here to download an overview of banner and information stands available from Mac Papers; and visit our Argent website.

INDUSTRIAL TAPES FOR MARKING & CONTAINMENT

Mac Papers carries industrial tapes from leading manufacturers Intertape Polymer Group (IPG) and Shurtape that are ideal for a wide variety of demanding applications, from aisle marking for foot-traffic and social distancing management to bag sealing and containment.

RESOURCES: Click here to read IPG’s containment tapes overview and visit our online catalog for our full offering of tapes and adhesives.

SAFER MENUS & OTHER HIGH-TOUCH ITEMS

To ensure the highest level of protection for patrons, many restaurants are changing to single-use paper menus or plastic substrates that can be wiped down with alcohol or disinfectants between uses. Hotels are also addressing high-touch items such as privacy hangers and bedside amenities. Mac Papers stocks a wide variety of paper and synthetic media from the top suppliers.

RESOURCES: Click here to read our blog post.

SELF-SEAL ENVELOPES

Easy-seal envelopes that provide a secure seal without the need to apply moisture can reduce contact and help avoid potential health and hygiene concerns. Our new Manta™ #10 envelopes offer a reliable self-seal solution.

RESOURCES: Click here to read our Manta™ envelope announcement.

LABELS FOR TO-GO FOOD & OTHER APPLICATIONS

Ideal for a myriad of applications, labels are especially useful now for communicating important or reassuring information to customers. Consider a “sealed and protected for your enjoyment” label on a to-go food order, a “sanitized for your safety and comfort” sticker at the hotel room entry or rental car door, or a tamper-evident seal on a package. Mac Papers offers the full line of Spinnaker pressure-sensitive products for digital and offset printing and we are proud to stock the best sellers under our Starboard Tack™ brand. Through our packaging line of business, we also offer a wide variety of labels that are well-suited for these applications.

RESOURCES: Visit our online catalog for Starboard Tack products and other labels available for next-day delivery from Mac Papers.




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