JP Gould Acquires Baxter Clean Care

July 2, 2018

JP Gould announces today that its subsidiary, Western-BRW, has acquired certain assets of Baxter CleanCare, a distributor of Facility Supplies and maintenance equipment with operations in Dallas, Longview, and Tyler, TX.

“The acquisition of Baxter CleanCare is the first by Western-BRW in the Facility Supplies business segment and will augment our existing business base of distributing printing and business papers to commercial printers, education, and convertors” said Eric Harris, President, Western-BRW. “With operations in Dallas, Houston, Austin, Kansas City, and serving Oklahoma City, Western-BRW’s goal is to be more integral in our customer’s affairs and enter new business segments to grow our business.”

Roger Sage, President of Baxter CleanCare commented, “In this era of continuing consolidation in the Facility Supplies Distribution industry, it has been my intention to merge Baxter CleanCare with a growing organization, such as JP Gould / Western-BRW, that could bring greater innovation and resources to our customers.  I’m pleased we are joining Western-BRW’s mission in becoming one of the premier suppliers of Facility Supplies products in Texas and the Southwest U.S.”

About JP Gould:
With revenues of more than $1 billion, JP Gould is among North America’s largest distributors of printing, publishing and business papers. Clients include printers, packagers, manufacturers, corporations and governments worldwide.  JP Gould, in concert with its parent, OVOL Japan Pulp & Paper (USA) Corporation, has offices in virtually every major city the world over. OVOL Japan Pulp and Paper has revenues in excess of $5 billion.

About Baxter CleanCare:  Baxter Clean Care is a third-generation family-owned facility supplies company headquartered in Longview TX.  With branches in Dallas, Longview, and Tyler, Baxter has provided innovative custodial solutions to Education, Government, Manufacturing, and High Volume Public facilities across North Central and East Texas since 1937.