Philadelphia, PA -- February 17, 2006 -- A new book "The Art of Liberty: A Tour of the Exhibitions and Collections of the National Liberty Museum" has been produced using 10 tons of &031;Mohawk paper produced using Wind Power. The book was printed by Carlstadt, N.J.-based Pictorial Offset Corporation. Pictorial Offset received a Certificate of Wind Energy Allocation from the Mohawk Paper Mills for showing their support of sustainable energy by purchasing 10 tons of blue-white matte 100-pound text paper.&031; The paper was manufactured with wind-generated electricity for the 130-page "The Art of Liberty" book. "This is an example of how commercial printers
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Cohoes, NY — Mohawk Fine Papers Inc., manufacturer of premium printing, identity and imaging papers, has been added to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List of Top 25 U.S. Green Power Purchasers. Mohawk's commitment to wind energy, which has replaced almost 40 percent of the company's electricity requirements, bumped it up the ranks of EPA Green Power Pushers leaders. Also, many of Mohawk's recycled products are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council [FSC] or Green Seal. Mohawk (ranked #13) was one of four additions to the list announced this quarter along with HSBC (#7), Starbucks (#22), and Syracuse University (tied for #23). "Mohawk
STAMFORD, Conn., March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- International Paper (NYSE: IP) announced it has signed an agreement to sell its Fine Papers business to Mohawk Paper Mills Inc., of Cohoes, N.Y. The company anticipates cash proceeds from the transaction will total approximately $65 million. The company announced in December 2004 that it had signed a non-binding letter of intent to sell the business to Mohawk as part of its strategy to improve profitability and focus on core businesses. With a definitive sale agreement now in place, the companies expect to close the transaction early in the second quarter of 2005, subject to various closing conditions.
STAMFORD, Conn. - Dec. 15, 2004—International Paper (NYSE: IP) today announced it has signed a non-binding letter of intent to sell its Fine Papers Business to Mohawk Paper Mills Inc. of Cohoes, N.Y. The Fine Papers Business includes the writing, text and covers papers and artist papers segments. The transaction is subject to approval by the International Paper board of directors as well as completion of due diligence and financing arranged by Mohawk. International Paper and Mohawk expect to complete the transaction during the first quarter of 2005, subject to various conditions and regulatory approvals. Terms of the transaction are
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