April 1, 2008 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Dr. Andrew Warrington is the new vice president of international business development for Indianapolisbased Peerless Pump Company. Bob Langton is the company’s new director of North American sales. Pe…
Dr. Andrew Warrington is the new vice president of international business development for Indianapolisbased Peerless Pump Company. Bob Langton is the company’s new director of North American sales. Peerless Pump was acquired by international Grundfos Group in late 2007. Peer- less president Dean Douglas says the acquisition created “a great deal of opportunity” and Dr. Warrington’s promotion and new personnel changes will help Peerless in its goal to double sales over the next four years.
Global forestry IT company TietoEnator has appointed Anttoni Vesteriner as senior vice president of the company’s Forest Business Unit. Prior to the appointment, Vesteriner was global director pulp/paper for Honeywell Inc.
Earth Tech Inc. has appointed Jim Weinbauer to vice president, strategic services director. Among his duties Weinbauer will oversee the company’s sustainable development consulting practice. Prior to the appointment Weinbauer was senior vice president/director environment for Stora Enso.
The Finnish Forest Industries Federation has appointed Antro Sil as senior vice president, business environment and innovation. His areas of responsibility will include the business sector’s competitiveness, standardization and R&D and innovations-related issues.
Over at Toronto-based Fraser Papers, Bill Manzer, former senior vice president pulp and paper, is now senior VP business strategy and projects. Jeff Dutton, GM of Fraser Paper’s East Papers operation, is now senior VP, operations and COO. Dutton will continue to manage East Papers until a replacement is found. Matt Nightingale, director of marketing, now has another hat as VP, marketing of Fraser Papers Ltd.
Xerox Canada has appointed Emechete Onuoha as director, Federal government relations and sustainability. Onuoha joined Xerox Canada in 2007, following a 12-year term with the Federal government. He is now responsible for coordinating and advancing the company’s sustainability drive and related stakeholder matters.
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