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Schulke & Mayr Establishes New U.S. Operating Entity

October 3, 2007

Schülke & Mayr has established a new U.S. operating entity, Schülke Inc. Schülke & Mayr products are now sold through Schülke Inc., located at its current sales and marketing offices in Mount Arlington, NJ. The office has been expanded to include customer service and sampling departments.

Sales in the northeastern U.S. will be coordinated directly by Schülke Inc. Customers in the southeast should contact the company’s agent in Atlanta, GA, McCullough & Associates, (404) 325-1606. In the western and midwestern U.S., the company’s distributor will be Ross Organic Specialty Sales in Signal Hill, CA, (562) 216-2200. Distribution in Canada will remain through Dempsey Corporation and in Puerto Rico through Caribbean Multi Products Inc.
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