Mr. Jeff Liptak joins Paris to assist with the company’s strategic growth plans while a new distribution center in Bradford, PA promises improved efficiency and a key location to support growth in north-central PA and NY
Paris Companies is pleased to announce that Jeff Liptak has been retained by Paris to assist with the company’s merger and acquisition growth strategy. Jeff comes to Paris after a thirty- year career with Sodexo Group, one of the world’s leading companies in developing and managing service programs for hospitals and other institutions. Jeff was most recently responsible for the Laundry and Linen Division, a position he held since 2007.
“We are fortunate to have Jeff working with us in an M&A capacity. His industry and operating experience will be a great help in executing our growth strategy,” declared Dave Stern, Paris President and CEO.
In addition to Jeff’s extensive industry and operating experience, he is a veteran of the United States Air Force and earned a BS from the University of Akron and a Master Degree from Cleveland State University.
Simultaneously, Paris is pleased to announce that it has opened a new distribution and service center in Bradford, PA. “The new location will allow us to better serve our existing customer base while providing us an opportunity to aggressively pursue future growth as well,” according to Rich Hopson, Vice President of Paris Uniform Services Division. The approximately 6,000 square foot facility receives daily shipments of clean uniforms from the company’s processing plant in DuBois, PA. Staff at the Bradford facility provides delivery and customer support to Paris customers in Pennsylvania and New York.
Paris Companies is a privately-owned, independent company providing textile and linen management services to hospitals and other health care organizations throughout Pennsylvania, western Ohio and adjacent areas. Paris also provides custom uniform rental programs and laundering services to industrial and commercial markets. Paris has been headquartered in Pennsylvania since its founding in 1918. (For more, see www.parisco.com)