People (February 01, 2004)
February 1, 2004 By Pulp & Paper Canada
RUSSELL HORNER, president and CEO of Norske Canada and the incoming president of the Canadian Forest Products Council, has joined the board of the World Wildlife Fund Canada in November.JAN OKSUM took…
RUSSELL HORNER, president and CEO of Norske Canada and the incoming president of the Canadian Forest Products Council, has joined the board of the World Wildlife Fund Canada in November.
JAN OKSUM took over as president and CEO of Norske Skog, succeeding JAN REINAS.
JAN-HINRICH CLASEN has been appointed senior vice-president for sales and marketing. He comes from the job of vice president for newsprint in Norske Skog, and served before that as senior vice president for sales and marketing at Pan Asia Paper Co Ltd in Singapore.
ANTONIO DIAS has been appointed senior vice president responsible for South America. With Norske Skog since 2000, he comes from the job of vice president for sales and business development at Norske Skog South America’s head office in Curitiba, Brazil.
Ciba Specialty Chemicals named KURT G. FRISCHMANN as NAFTA sales head, Business Line Paper, in the water and paper treatment segment of the company. In this role, Frischmann will lead the sales growth of the paper business in the NAFTA region.
LASSE KURKILAHTI was appointed CEO of Kemira Oyj. He will succeed Kemira’s current CEO TAUNO PIHLAVAA. Kurkilahti will transfer to Kemira from his position as managing director of Elcoteq Network Oyj.
The Timken Company announced the retirement of W.J. TIMKEN, vice president and officer. He will remain in the board of directors. DEB L. MILLER, has joined the company as senior vice president of communications and community affairs and an officer of the company.
OpTest Equipment Inc., of Hawkesbury, ON, is pleased to announce the appointment of DR. KENNETH CORSCADDEN to the position of manager of Research and Technology.
Eurotherm Controls Inc, a unit of Invensys plc, announces the retirement of its president, BILL PERRY. He will be succeeded by JOHN SEARLE. Al Betz is being promoted to vice president of sales.
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