Rayonier’s new cellulose agreement with Eastman Chemical

Rayonier’s new cellulose agreement with Eastman Chemical

9:40 AM, 2nd December 2015
Rayonier’s new cellulose agreement with Eastman Chemical
Paul Boynton, chairman, president and CEO of Rayonier Advanced Materials. (File photo)

JACKSONVILLE, US: Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc said that it has entered into a new cellulose specialties purchase and sale agreement with the Eastman Chemical Company that extends through 31 December 2019, settling their legal dispute over the past years.

“For over 85 years we have worked closely and collaboratively with Eastman. We are pleased to have resolved our differences and entered into a new contract that continues our long and valued relationship through 2019,” said Paul Boynton, chairman, president and CEO of Rayonier Advanced Materials.

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