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Article | July 30, 2012
Multisorb appoints Daniel Kedziora to Food and Beverage Packaging Group for Europe
Multisorb Technologies has appointed Daniel Kedziora to the position of Business Development Leader, Food & Beverage Packaging for Europe, focusing on Eastern and Central Europe.
This appointment reflects Multisorb’s ongoing commitment to provide global food and beverage customers with expanded technical sales and support by providing them with customized active packaging solutions.
“We are excited to have Daniel join the Food and Beverage Packaging group,” said Jim Renda, President, Multisorb Technologies. “Daniel’s appointment ensures that we will be able to provide superior technical support and solutions to our rapidly growing global food and beverage customer base.”
Based in Wroclaw, Poland, Kedziora will provide technical sales and support to Multisorb’s growing customer base in this geographical area and introduce Multisorb’s consultative business model, which is designed to provide customized solutions to the food and beverage packaging market.
With more than ten years of technical sales and business development experience, Kedziora joins an established global team of business development leaders.
Kedziora has a master’s degree from the University of Wroclaw. In addition, he has done postgraduate studies in management at the Warsaw School of Economics, Poland.
Kedziora’s strong technical and sales background in the food sector will be an asset to the growth of the company’s food market in central and eastern Europe. Multisorb is committed to providing innovative sorbent technologies and solutions to meet the needs of its global clients. This appointment will further strengthen Multisorb’s global presence as a leader in active packaging technology by allowing it to reach larger markets.
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