133 Peachtree St Ne 36th Fl Atlanta, GA 30303 www.gp.com
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Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products's annual revenues are over $500 million (see exact revenue data) and has over 1,000 employees. It is classified as operating in the Hardwood Veneer & Plywood Manufacturing industry.
Note: Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products's revenues are gauged from an analysis of company filings.
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GP CONNECT Providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable software for tracking product orders over computer networks, intranets and the internet
KOLO Refills for electric room fragrance dispensers; Disposable wipes impregnated with cleaning chemicals or compounds for industrial and commercial use; Non-medicated soaps; Non-medicated liquid soap; Room fragrance refills for non-electric room fragrance dispensers
ALWAYS ON, NEVER OUT Monitoring, tracking and analytic services of connected devices and dispensers for business management purposes, namely, inventory levels, battery levels, usage patterns, machine learning, and device health
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