WinterBell Converting Becomes a Division of Case Paper
“Case Paper has had a presence in Charlotte, N.C., since 1966," says Robin Schaffer, president and CEO of Case Paper. “The addition of WinterBell reestablishes converting in an important marketplace and represents Case Paper’s fourth converting facility.”
Todd Greenwood, Case Paper’s VP of paperboard sales, says, “We are fortunate that Richard Lewis, the third-generation owner of WinterBell, will stay on as General Manager, along with key members of his management team and experienced employees.
“One of my key objectives is to continue the tradition of the family business and support the people who have invested their lives at WinterBell, and their families,” Lewis explains. “After meeting with the management of Case Paper, it is evident that being a division of Case Paper will allow us to continue to build a future for our employees and customers.”
The WinterBell facility is over 100,000 sq. ft., has two precision sheeters and six rewinders, and is well known and respected throughout the region as a quality converter of paper and paperboard.
According to Simon Schaffer, chief marketing officer at Case Paper, “The addition of the WinterBell operation is the fulfillment of a key part of our long-term strategy to enhance our service platform for Case Paper customers in North Carolina and surrounding states. This includes opportunities in both paperboard and commercial printing papers.”
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