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Georgia-Pacific to sell roofing business.

After receiving unsolicited interest in its residential shingle and industrial roofing manufacturing business, Georgia-Pacific, Atlanta, GA, has decided to begin marketing the business to the public. With the sale, the company is looking to maintain its part in the distribution of the products but remove itself from the manufacturing side.

The divestiture is part of Georgia-Pacific's ongoing review of its assets based on long-term strategic fit. The assets involved in any potential agreement include facilities in Ardmore, OK, Daingerfield, TX, Franklin, OH, Hampton, GA and Quakertown, PA.
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Publication:Nonwovens Industry
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Date:Jan 1, 1993
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