News – 01-SEP-00
September 1, 2000 By Pulp & Paper Canada
The executive board of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union has designated BRIAN PAYNE president. Payne, formerly vice-president of the union’s Western Region, will seek election from uni…
The executive board of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union has designated BRIAN PAYNE president. Payne, formerly vice-president of the union’s Western Region, will seek election from union members this month.
Abitibi-Consolidated has appointed JEAN-FRANOIS GUILLOT to the position of production manager, Grand Falls division.
The Tembec Paper Group has announced the appointment of CHRIS BLACK as vice-president, sales and marketing.
In August, PIERRE MOREAU took over the position of executive vice-president — operations, at Unifort Inc.
JOHN POLESCHUK has been appointed vice-president and general manager of Pacifica Papers’ Powell River mill.
Smurfit-Stone Corp has elected ANTHONY P.J. SMURFIT to the company’s board of directors. JOSEPH J. GURANDIANO, recently elected to the board, has retired from his positions of chief operating officer and as an officer.
TOM GILDEA has been promoted from chief technology officer to president and chief executive officer of Paperhub, a web-based information centre for the paper industry.
MIKE JACKSON has been named vice-president, uncoated freesheet, for the white papers business at Weyerhaeuser Co.
JUDITH LASSA has been elected vice-president, packaging business, Boise Cascade.
The Air Liquide Group has named PIERRE DUFOUR head of North American Operations. He becomes president and ceo of Air Liquide America Corp., chairman of Air Liquide Canada, and a member of the Group Executive Committee.
Nash Engineering has promoted EDWARD CUNNINGHAM to the position of president and chief operating officer.
Fisher Controls International has announced that Dr. HANS D. BAUMANN will now serve as a technology consultant to its worldwide design and development teams, following five years as a senior vice-president of technology for Fisher.
ROBERT WANG is now president, Servomex Co. Inc, a subsidiary of Servomex Group Ltd.
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