Schein moves into new Louisiana office

September 2007
Proofs;Sep2007, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p79
Trade Publication
The article reports on the relocation of Sullivan-Schein to a new office in Mandeville, Louisiana. Though the old branch in Jefferson was not significantly damaged by Hurricane Katrina, damage and flooding to employees' homes and much of the surrounding area prompted Schein to move to the new location. The new office features a larger warehouse and state-of-the-art showroom.


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