PEOPLE (July 01, 2008)
Canadian Plastics Industry Association president and CEO Serge Lavoie will retire in early 2009. He joined the CPIA in 2003. A search for Lavoie's successor will be underway when the organization's re...
Canadian Plastics Industry Association president and CEO Serge Lavoie will retire in early 2009. He joined the CPIA in 2003. A search for Lavoie’s successor will be underway when the organization’s restructuring is further along.
Keith Jackson, well-known in Canada’s plastics industry for his decades of work in servicing injection molding and blow ZL Engineering Plastics Inc. has named David Dunn to the position of national sales manager for ZL East, responsible for growing stock shape sales to plastic distributors throughout Canada and the Eastern U. S. He will be based out of the company’s office in Peekskill, N. Y.
molding machines, died May 20. He had been ill with cancer for several years.
Eurotherm, a global supplier of industrial controls and monitoring products, has named Steve Blomquis as President of Eurotherm USA, which is based in Leesburg, Va.
Pittsfield, Mass.-based engineering plastics supplier SABIC Innovative Plastics has named Charlie Crew as president and chief executive officer. Crew replaces Brian Gladden, who is leaving the company to become head of computer giant Dell Inc.
Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC, of Chippewa Falls, Wis., has named Gary Oliver to the position of vice president of technology. He will be in charge of the company’s R&D program.
Pittsburgh, Pa.-based auxiliary equipment supplier The Conair Group has appointed Doug Brewster as its new national sales manager, responsible for all sales activity in Canada and the U. S.
Ronald W. Mitchell has retired as president of CPI Plastics Group Limited effective June 30, 2008. He will continue to act as a consultant to the company, and will continue on as a member of the board of directors.
Calgary, Alta.-based Resin Systems Inc. has named Dimitrios (Jim) Leonidas as its chief financial officer.
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