also will upgrade its manufacturing operations to remain competitive with companies that have installed through-air-drying (TAD) tissue machines.
countered by saying the P&G's lawsuit "has no basis in fact.
may not be as susceptible to imports as others may due to its focus on tissue.
Moeller became president and chief executive officer of G-P
after completion of the US$21 billion merger.
officials seem optimistic the company will do better under private ownership because it will be able to make investments that as a public company it might have passed over because of opposition from shareholders.
Grainger is proud to present G-P
with the 2001 CFQ1 Award," said Wes Clark, president and chief operating officer at Grainger.
As a result of the merger, any outstanding shares of G-P
not validly tendered in the offer have been cancelled and converted into the right to receive $48 per share in cash, without interest, (the same per share consideration paid in the tender offer).
Surely it was the other way around, with G-P
is the largest timber company operating in Arkansas with eight facilities that employ more than 3,200.
The contract, which was executed in April 1996 and terminates on August 20, 2005, unless extended, expressly requires G-P
to purchase all paper products used in wallboard manufacturing at the G-P
wallboard plants designated in the contract.
In early 2002, Chesapeake has the option to sell to G-P
, and G-P
has the option to buy from Chesapeake, Chesapeake's remaining 19 percent interest in Color-Box, LLC, for $25 million.
2 billion and a total enterprise value of US$ 21 billion including all G-P
debt, was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both G-P