Industry People (December 01, 2006)
December 1, 2006 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Abitibi-Consolidated has named DAVID GALLOWAY to its board of directors. At the same time, the company appointed JACQUES BOUGIE chair of the board. RICHARD DROUIN announced his retirement as board cha…
Abitibi-Consolidated has named DAVID GALLOWAY to its board of directors. At the same time, the company appointed JACQUES BOUGIE chair of the board. RICHARD DROUIN announced his retirement as board chair and director.
MARVIN COOPER, Weyerhaeuser’s senior vice president, has resigned, and will be assuming the role of COO at the new Domtar.
The Washington Forest Protection Association has hired Sen. MARK DOUMIT D-CATHLAMET as executive director.
DAVE INGRAM is the new general manager of Canadian Industrial Mill Services.
Weyerhaeuser’s PETE GROGAN has received the 2006 Recycler of the Year award, from the National Recycling Coalition. He was additionally recognized with the Lifetime Achievement award.
RODNEY W. LOWMAN has been named the first president of the Abundant Forests Alliance.
The Paper Industry Management Association (PIMA) and TAPPI have announced that TAPPI will now manage PIMA. TAPPI senior vice president SUSAN BLEVINS, working with TAPPI president LARRY MONTAGUE will head up the new executive team.
KRISTIN SLYNGSTAD KLITZING has been appointed senior vice president of Human Resources and organization for Norske Skog.
JOUKO KARVINEN will replace JUKKA HARMALA as Norske Skog’s chief executive in January 2007.
The Ben Franklin Society, honour society of the Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation has awarded BETTY MAUL president of FrontEnd Graphics the 2006 Naomi Berber Memorial Award. The award recognizes the contributions of women to the graphic communications industry.
JOHN MILLER has been appointed territory leader for Ontario, Manitoba, and the Maritimes for Voith Paper Fabrics, Canada.
Mercer International has appointed CLAES-INGE ISACSON to the position of chief operating officer. Additionally, the company named DAVID URE vice president, controller.
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