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Buckman named best chemical supplier to the pulp & paper segment in Brazil

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Buckman named best chemical supplier to the pulp & paper segment in Brazil

October 13, 2010 - 16:53
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MEMPHIS, TN, Oct. 8, 2010 (Press Release) -At a special award ceremony on October 5, the Brazilian Pulp & Paper Association (ABTCP) named Buckman located in Campinas, Sao Paulo, as the Best Chemical Supplier of the Year for the Pulp & Paper segment. General Manager Carmen Rodrigues accepted the award on behalf of Buckman. This award was the result of a survey conducted among the top pulp and paper companies in Brazil, which gave Buckman the winning endorsement. Buckman was chosen by many pulp and paper companies for its innovative products, technical support, and problem solving skills. Equally as important are the company's long lasting business relationships and highly qualified people who are committed to the pulp and paper industry and to helping individual companies improve production efficiency and their return on investment.

One pulp and paper company had this to say about Buckman, "We see Buckman as an outstanding company that is always committed to our industry segment. Their product portfolio and highly qualified people are able to meet our needs. They are always ready to help us to improve our production efficiency and product quality, leading to a better bottom line."

Carmen Rodrigues, general manager of Buckman in Brazil had nothing but praise for Jayme Nery, Business Manager Southern Cone - Pulp & Paper, and his team, saying, " I want to thank Jayme and our pulp and paper associates for all their hard work in promoting the company in a very challenging market this past year. The entire company is happy and excited to receive an award from this prestigious association."

ABTCP held its 43rd Pulp and Paper International Congress and Exhibition, October 4-6, at the Transamérica ExpoCenter in Sao Paulo. This leading event in Latin America was held in cooperation with TAPPI, the sister association in the United States. The first ever Tissue Symposium was also held during this conference. There were 15,000 attendees from many countries around the world who took part in this three-day convention.