MWV to Exhibit at HOW Design Show 2012

Richmond, Va. (June 18, 2012)—MeadWestvaco Corporation (NYSE: MWV), announced that its Commercial Printing Business will exhibit at the HOW Design Show in Boston, June 22-24, at the Hynes Convention Center. MWV can be found at booth #125.

MWV’s theme for the show is “Make a Great Impression,” reflecting how the company’s Tango® Coated Cover line can actually enhance the impact of print design with the end consumer. Through a series of fun-based activities at the booth, designers will be able to see and feel for themselves what MWV’s independent research has consistently shown regarding how to effectively use print collateral to stand apart from the competition.

Tango Coated Cover is available in C1S and C2S grades from 8pt to 24pt with matching “clean white” shade and unparalleled print performance. Tango is HP® Indigo® certified for 10 & 12pt C1S and 10, 12 & 14 pt for C2S. For more information about Tango Coated Cover, please visit

About MWV

MeadWestvaco Corporation (NYSE: MWV), provides packaging and coated cover solutions to many of the world’s most admired brands, including products for the healthcare, beauty and personal care, food, beverage, home and garden, tobacco, and commercial printing industries. The company's businesses also include Specialty Chemicals, and the Community Development and Land Management Group, which sustainably manages the company’s land holdings to support its operations, and to provide for conservation, recreation and development opportunities. With 15,000 employees worldwide, MWV operates in 30 countries and serves customers in more than 100 nations. MWV manages all of its forestlands in accordance with internationally recognized forest certification standards, and has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the eighth consecutive year. For more information, please visit

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