Waxie Purchases 1,000,000th Case of enMotion Paper Towels from GP
San Diego-based Waxie Sanitary Supply, America’s largest family-owned distributor of sanitary maintenance supplies, purchased their 1,000,000th case of enMotion.
On April 28, 2009, Waxie purchased case number one million of enMotion towels; a quality, high capacity hand towel that operates through Georgia Pacific’s innovative automatic touchless paper towel dispensing system. Embracing enMotion, since the original launch in 2003, Waxie Sanitary Supply reached the milestone in only six years, making them one of the only sanitary supply distributors to do so in the country.
Georgia Pacific recognized the accomplishments by hosting a dinner in San Diego, CA on June 10th of this year. In attendance from Waxie were: Charles Wax, Owner, Rick Hazard, VP Marketing, Clint Hunter, Executive VP Intermountain, Jeff Roberts, Executive VP California, and Jim Fischer, VP Corporate Accounts. Representing Georgia Pacific were: Bill Sleeper, President and Dennis Shearer Vice President Sales. Also joining via Waxie’s teleconferencing equipment from Atlanta, Georgia was Kathy Walters, Executive Vice President, Georgia Pacific.
“Waxie is very proud to have accomplished such an unprecedented milestone. We have historically embraced innovation and aim to deliver to our customers the best in class solutions relative to sanitary supplies; enMotion is certainly in a class of its own” said Rick Hazard, VP of Marketing for Waxie.
Waxie’s commitment to offering value-added solutions to their customers has partnered well with Georgia Pacific’s innovative product offering. In addition, Waxie supplies quality janitorial products and sustainable cleaning solutions in the categories of sanitary paper, plastic can liners, chemicals, equipment and accessories.
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