The Newark Group

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    New CEO is bringing new ideas and concepts into the business and implementing them quickly. Safety is paramount. Vertically integrated that allows control from the primary raw material to the product that goes to the final customer.


    While brown grades aren't being hit as hard as white grades, the need for paper products is contracting. There has already been some restructuring activities and there may be the need for some more.

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    Change is required; partly due to the changing market. Do so while you still have control and not once it's forced or too late.

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Headquarters Cranford, NJ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1976
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Caraustar, Eagle Materials

Newark is proof that one man's trash is another's cash. The Group collects secondary fibers and produces 100% recycled paperboard and paperboard products. It operates through three business units: The paperboard unit recovers some 3 million tons of corrugated containers, newspaper, and mixed paper annually. A converted products unit makes laminated papers, graphicboard, tube, and solidboard packaging. Brands include Fiberwrap (paperboard), NewEx (graphicboard), and NewForm (concrete forms). Its European facilities make up the third unit, producing similar converted... More

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