- Contract Packaging
- Leaders in Packaging
Article | December 31, 2003
Afflink (Tuscaloosa, AL) hired Dennis Riffer (above) to the position of executive vp, business development.
West Pharmaceutical Services (Lionville PA) hired Jeffrey McGuire as vp of business development Drug Delivery Div. North America.
Wago Corp. (Germantown WI) hired Robert Meliska as regional sales manager covering the Chicago Metro Area as well as Northern Illinois.
Adolph Gottscho (Union NJ) hired Charles Geraldi as director of sales and marketing.
Exopack (Spartanburg SC) hired Paul Gage as vp and general manager Performance Plastics Business and named Fred Crowe as senior vp and general manager of the Paper Business.
NJM/CLI (Pointe-Claire Quebec Canada) appointed John Connors as regional sales manager.
North State Flexibles (Greensboro NC) hired Mark Powell as new product development manager for the flexibles div.
Joseph Funicelli president and CEO of Unifoil Corp. (Fairfield NJ) celebrated his 25th anniversary with the company.
Stora Enso Specialty Papers (Wisconsin Rapids WI) gave Steve Liakos current vp of global technical papers sales the added responsibility for global flexible packaging sales.
Clariant Masterbatches (New York NY) named George Iannuzzi key account manager for the Personal Care Packaging Group with on-site
responsibilities for the new Colorworks™ NYC Design Studio located in Manhattan. Also hired is Tim Smith as site manager for the Vancouver Canada facility.
Winfried Witte president of Bosch Rexroth AG (Lohr Germany) will retire on April 30 2004. His successor will be Manfred Grundke executive vp for sales automation as well as president of the Electric Drives and Controls business unit.
Aellora Digital (Keene NH) a Markem company hired Michael Stoudt Richard Larson Joseph Parisi Alan Boyer Ann Reitnauer and Mario Carluccio to its management team.
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