Market: Printing & Writing Papers
Posted August 13, 2018
Central National Gottesman Inc. (CNG) announced that its Lindenmeyr Munroe division has acquired the business of Texas-based Olmsted-Kirk Paper Company, expanding its reach into the Southwestern United States.
Olmsted-Kirk is a fourth-generation, family owned and operated paper distributor, founded in 1905 to serve the region’s graphics and print communities. In addition to five sales and distribution offices in key Texas cities, the company also operates 11 retail locations and a JanSan equipment and supply business.
Andrew Wallach, CNG President and CEO, said that Olmsted-Kirk President Mike Engels will continue in his role, reporting to Lindenmeyr Munroe President William Meany, and that the company will continue to operate under its Olmsted-Kirk name.
Lindenmeyr Munroe is the largest privately held independent paper merchant in the U.S., committed to ongoing investment in its core business of commercial printing papers while diversifying into growth areas such as wide-format, packaging and JanSan.