Mac Papers

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Mac Papers
Type Private
Industry Paper and office products
Founded 1965
Headquarters Jacksonville, Florida
Key people Sutton McGehee - CEO
David S. McGehee - President
Greg Gay - CFO
Mac McGehee - Executive VP
Products printing papers, envelopes, wide format, packaging solutions, graphic supplies, business products and office supplies
Revenue Increase$500 million USD
Employees 950[1]
Website http://www.macpapers.com/

Mac Papers, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, USA is the largest supplier of printing paper and envelopes in the Southeast United States,[2] delivering 100,000 tons of paper each year.[3] The company also provides graphic supplies, wide format media and equipment, packaging solutions, and office supplies, as well as custom product and logistics solutions.[4]

History[edit]

Clifford Graham McGehee founded the Jacksonville Paper Company in 1919. Frank McGehee and Tom McGehee, his sons, both worked in the family business, with Tom serving as president by 1956. The Jacksonville Paper Company was sold by the family in 1965, and the two brothers immediately started a new enterprise to target the printing and graphics industries.[3] The brothers expanded the business throughout eight states in the southeast, establishing distribution centers and employing many family members. The company features products from the best paper manufacturers worldwide. Founder Tom McGehee died in 2002; brother Frank followed in 2006, but the company is still controlled by the McGehee family.[5] Frank's son David is currently president and Sutton is CEO; Tom's son Mac is a vice president.[6]

Business segments[edit]

The company has 22 branch locations throughout the southeastern United States to provide local delivery, inventory, sales and service.[7]

Fine Papers: They offer an extensive range of printing papers from suppliers of uncoated, coated, text, cover, writing, bond, board and bristol papers.

Digital Papers: Mac Papers has a broad lineup of digital papers and substrates for your ink jet, toner and high speed copy machines.

Mac Papers Envelope Converters: As Mac Papers subsidiary founded in 1967, they manufacture commodity, proprietary and specialty envelopes and create custom-printed stock. On August 4, 2009, they announced the acquisition of the envelope division of Cardinal Unijax.[8]

Community[edit]

The company donates 10% of pre-tax profits to charities and non-profit groups each year. Their employees and management also donate their time by serving as leaders of local organizations including churches, schools, the Chamber of Commerce, United Way and YMCA. The firm was named First Coast Company of the Year by the Jacksonville Business Journal in 1997.[9] In 2003, Mac was again given the honor.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] BNET, Companies-Mac Papers
  2. ^ Kerr, Jessie-Lynne: [2] Florida Times-Union, July 14, 2006, "Mac Papers co-founder was civic, religious leader"
  3. ^ a b [3] Mac Papers, About our Company
  4. ^ http://www.macpapers.com/about-us/
  5. ^ [4] Hoovers Company Profiles, Mac Papers
  6. ^ [5] Florida Times-Union, August 18, 2009, "BizBuzz: Thomas McGehee Jr. elected to serve again as FSCJ board chair"
  7. ^ "Mac Papers doubles size of Atlanta location" Jacksonville Business Journal, October 3, 2007
  8. ^ [6] Jacksonville Business Journal, August 4, 2009, "Mac Papers acquires division of Cardinal Unijax"
  9. ^ Bennett, Jane: [7] Jacksonville Business Journal, December 12, 1997, "Mac Papers Company of the Year"
  10. ^ [8] Florida Times-Union, November 14, 2003, "Mac Papers honored as Company of the Year"

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