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March 27, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Despite having sold its big Appleton Papers business to BAT Industries Plc about a decade ago now, NCR Corp is not out of the supplies business, and on the contrary, it is expanding: the company says that the Media Products Division of its Systemedia Group plans to spend $4.6m to build a media products manufacturing and distribution centre in Ogden, Utah, which for the record is 50 miles from Salt Lake City; the 100,000 square foot plant will make plain and facsimile paper rolls, custom printed forms and other matter, and ink cartridges; construction should have started by now, with completion for December when an initial 60 people will move in; it is likely to go to 170 by 1992, and NCR says quality of life (in dry Utah) was a factor in the decision to put the plant in Ogden.

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