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Catalyst Paper flattens management structure


November 26, 2013
By Pulp & Paper Canada

As part of its plan to improve cost competitiveness, Catalyst Paper will reduce the size of its executive team. In addition, each mill general manager will report directly to the CEO to increase the focus on operational excellence and safety…

As part of its plan to improve cost competitiveness, Catalyst Paper will reduce the size of its executive team. In addition, each mill general manager will report directly to the CEO to increase the focus on operational excellence and safety performance.

“Our focus on operational efficiency requires that enterprise support costs be reduced wherever possible including at the leadership level,” said Joe Nemeth, president and CEO. He praised the commitment and contributions of the three individuals who are leaving Catalyst.

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Bob Lindstrom, vice-president, supply chain, energy and information technology will retire from the company on December 31, 2013. Lindstrom joined Catalyst in 1980 and has been extensively involved in strategic, operational and industry initiatives during a 30-year career with the company.

Lyn Brown, vice-president, marketing and corporate responsibility, will leave the company on December 31, 2013. Lyn joined Catalyst in 2004 and led the company’s sustainability and stakeholder engagement programs.

David Adderley, vice-president and general counsel, will leave the company on March 31, 2014.  David joined Catalyst in 2010 and guided the company through its restructuring process.

Catalyst Paper manufactures diverse specialty mechanical printing papers, newsprint and pulp from three mills located in British Columbia.


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