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David Lewis Appointed Vice President of Packaging for Afflink, LLC

Lewis was appointed vice president of packaging following the promotion of former vice president, Michael Wilson, the company’s new president and CEO.

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“Packaging continues to be a growth engine for us, and I am thrilled to pass the baton over to someone who not only understands independent distribution, but the Packaging channel specifically,” said Michael Wilson, Afflink’s president and CEO.

“Dave’s wealth of knowledge, expertise and industry connections will greatly contribute to the growth of our members and suppliers for years to come.”

With a career spanning over 20 years in the industry, Lewis’ background is built from numerous roles in the automation, corrugated, and protective categories of packaging, including his most previous role as President of SupplyOne’s Atlanta location.

His past industry experience also includes roles with other packaging and tape manufacturers such as Permacel and Unisource.

“After joining Afflink this year as a regional sales manager, I’m excited to serve the team as vice president of the packaging division,” said Lewis. 

“I look forward to supporting Afflink’s packaging members and our supplier partners by helping create business opportunities, not only for our company, but for the companies we bring together.”

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