SPI executive board councils name new reps
New volunteer leaders – including an employee of Bolton, Ont.-based Husky Injection Molding Systems &n...
April 14, 2010 by Canadian Plastics
New volunteer leaders – including an employee of Bolton, Ont.-based Husky Injection Molding Systems – have been elected to represent the equipment, material suppliers and processors councils on the executive board of the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI).
Heading the equipment council is Husky’s Carmen Lowe, as well as Tad McGwire of Industrial Heater Co. and Kurt Waldhauer of American Maplan. The processors council elected Bob Janeczko of i2tech and Wylie Royce of Royce Associates. Mike Cardona of DuPont Company, Ted Fisher of Harman Corporation and Phil Wilson of BASF Performance Polymers will head the material suppliers council.
“As each of the councils identify their priorities and recommend initiatives, these individuals serve as the pipeline to the board and give voice to their needs as decisions are made concerning setting priorities and allocating resources throughout the association,” said SPI president and CEO Bill Carteaux.
The executive board of Washington, D.C.-based SPI serves as the policy-making and supervisory body of the association by establishing the strategic vision and directing the policies governing its property and operations. It also is responsible for the expenditure of SPI funds.