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First Source Worldwide Hires New Technical Sales Representative Supporting the Paper and Non-Woven Industries

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First Source Worldwide, LLC

1524 S. Commercial St., Neenah, WI, 54956, USA

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First Source Worldwide Hires New Technical Sales Representative Supporting the Paper and Non-Woven Industries

Press release date: June 20, 2014

NEENAH, WI – First Source Worldwide, LLC (FSW) welcomes Bill West to the FSW team as Technical Sales Representative in support of the Paper and Non-Woven Industries. Bill has 47 years’ experience in the paper industry with companies such as Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company, now known as Expera Specialty Solutions, and Keystone Aniline Corporation. His experience and knowledge in working with dyes and various chemicals used in the paper industry is a welcome addition to the FSW team. Bill brings a wealth of knowledge that will benefit our customers with product, technical and procedural innovation providing solutions to the ecological challenges within the paper industry.

Bill is based out of Neenah, Wisconsin, (Fox River Valley) which has historically been one of the major areas for paper producing companies. Bill has responsibility for serving and expanding our customer base for the Paper and Non-Woven Industries. Technical lab services will be supported by our Milwaukee, Wisconsin, lab and manufacturing facility.

FSW custom manufactures and markets products for a variety of applications including paper, non-woven, carpet, textiles, HII, leather, food, plastics and coatings. In addition, they have laboratory and warehouse facilities located throughout the U.S. and Mexico through which they can provide testing and logistics services. With over 13 years of experience in the chemical and colorant industry, FSW is continually looking to the future to be the first source for quality chemicals and colorants.

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