We are a thriving, award-winning supplier of cleaning supplies and equipment, food service packaging, laundry and warewash solutions. Watch the video below to learn more!

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We're Here to Help!

As a family-owned business for more than 40 years, we’ve built a stable and unique business where growth and promotion opportunities abound. At Western Paper, colleagues become caring friends and team members are empowered to strategically solve problems, deliver results and make a difference.

We’re growing fast because of our exceptional commitment to customer service and our remarkable relationships (and buying power) with the nation’s leading product manufacturers. But it’s the people—not the products—that make Western Paper such a rewarding and challenging place to work.

You can learn more about some of our talented team members and their success stories. Many simply came to Western Paper for a job, but after learning new skills and seizing new opportunities, they have found a career here.

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We’re a proud member/owner of Network Services Company, a $15 billion national organization—and a proven contributor to the local communities we work in. We recognize that anyone can deliver supplies, but nobody can provide the same relationship-based consulting, training, and unprecedented dedication to service that make Western Paper our customers’ preferred provider.


Western Paper Is Passionate About Its Employees

All of our team members are full time employees who enjoy the benefits of a competitive compensation package. We take great pride in equipping talented employees with new skill sets and new growth opportunities, and we encourage team members to innovate and contribute fresh ideas. This is a place where you can truly make a difference. 

If you’re ready to advance your career, contribute to a team of some of the smartest, friendliest folks around and make a positive impact on people and the businesses they run…we’re here to help!

To learn more, visit www.westernpaper.com