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Industry People (April 01, 2007)


April 1, 2007
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Catalyst Paper has confirmed that RALPH LEVERTON, vice president, finance and chief financial officer, has left the company. As of March 29, DAVID SMALES , formerly the company’s vice president, strat…

Catalyst Paper has confirmed that RALPH LEVERTON, vice president, finance and chief financial officer, has left the company. As of March 29, DAVID SMALES, formerly the company’s vice president, strategy, assumed the position.

The Printing and Graphics Scholarship Foundation has awarded A. JOHN GEIS with the Harold W. Gegenheimer Annual Achievement Award. The award recognizes an individual for outstanding service and contribution to the PGSF in the areas of development, education and knowledge-sharing.

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Kimberly-Clark appointed RAMON F. BAEZ vice president of information technology services and chief information officer.

Stora Enso has named DAVID DIEKELMAN vice president of business and product development.

GL&V has elected to unite the responsibilities of chief financial officer under a single authority, vice president and chief financial officer. MARC BARBEAU will assume the position.

Dow Corning Paper & Process Industries group named ALEXANDRE KRAPIVIN as the new European marketer for the company’s paper industry.

JAMES A. RUBRIGHT, chairman and CEO of Rock-Tenn Company, has been elected chairman of the board of the American Forest & Paper Association.

The TAPPI Gunnar Nicholson Gold Medal has been awarded to DR. PEDER J. KLEPPE, a Norwegian researcher and professor whose work has made significant contributions to kraft pulping. The TAPPI 2007 Herman L. Joachim Distinguished Service Award went to MICHAEL D. WALLACE.

The Arne Asplund Mechanical Pulping Award 2007 has been granted to DR. ESKO HARKONEN from the UPM Research Centre, in Lappeenranta, Finland.


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