INDUSTRY PEOPLE (July 01, 1999)
July 1, 1999 By Pulp & Paper Canada
The Bill Young Award for Excellence in Integrated Forest Management was given to ALEX FERGUSON, woodlands manager of the Slocan Division of Slocan Forest Products Ltd. The award, which was presented a…
The Bill Young Award for Excellence in Integrated Forest Management was given to ALEX FERGUSON, woodlands manager of the Slocan Division of Slocan Forest Products Ltd. The award, which was presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Professional Biologists of BC at Okanagan University College in Kelowna, BC, cited his leadership in the development of Ecosystem Design — an innovative approach to forest management that considers the retention of varying amounts of forest cover.
Following the recent acquisition of Cranbrook, BC-based Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd., Montreal-based Tembec Inc. has announced the following appointments: TERENCE P. KAVANAGH, president and chief executive officer; MICHAEL J. ROUSE, executive vice-president; and YVON PELLETIER, vice-president manufacturing. As well, Tembec has promoted JIM LOPEZ to vice-president, forest resource management; and BRUCE L. BUDD, corporate distribution manager.
Toronto-based Nexfor Inc. has named GLEN McMILLAN corporate controller.
Montreal-based Kruger Inc. has appointed DONALD J. CAYOUETTE as executive vice-president and chief operating officer of Scott Paper Ltd. He replaces DAVID ERSKINE, who has decided to pursue other opportunities.
Following the departure of CLAUDE PERRON, vice-president, technical services and environment, Unifort Inc. Montreal, QC, has made some changes to its senior management: SERGE MERCIER, vice-president of operations will assume responsibility for the company’s four plants, and continue to act as vice-president, finance and administration; DENIS AUCLAIR, becomes vice-president, pulp sales; and NORMAN J. GENNARELLI will add vice-president, paper sales, to his responsibility of president of Tripap International.
STEVEN YEUNG is the new industry specialist for the pulp and paper and steel industries at NSK-RHP Canada.
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