People (July 01, 2005)
July 1, 2005 By Pulp & Paper Canada
JAMES LOPEZ will replace FRANK DOTTORI as chief executive officer when Dottori retires early next year. Lopez has been with the company since 1989 and is currently ex…
JAMES LOPEZ will replace FRANK DOTTORI as chief executive officer when Dottori retires early next year. Lopez has been with the company since 1989 and is currently executive vice-president and president of the Tembec Forest Products Group.
Stora Enso has hired HANNU RYOPPONEN as its chief financial officer. The appointment will be effective as of September 1st, 2005.
International Paper has elected ALBERTO WEISSER to its board of directors. The appointment becomes effective on January 1st, 2006.
ECKHARD WENDEROTH took over as head of LANXESS’s paper business unit on June 1st.
Kadant has elected THOMAS LEONARD to its board of directors. He was additionally appointed to serve on the company’s audit committee and was designated the ‘audit committee financial expert.’
Mercer International has appointed DAVID COOPER and ERIC HEINE as senior sales and marketing executives to lead the global marketing strategy for Mercer pulp. Cooper will be based in Europe, while Heine will be based in Vancouver, BC.
Weyerhaeuser has named CRAIG NEESER senior vice president, Canada. He succeeds SANDY MCDADE who has been appointed senior vice president, industrial wood products and international business groups.
Effective as of September 1st, 2005, ABELARDO BRU will sit on Kimberly-Clark’s board of directors.
DR. BYRON JORDAN, head of Optics and Standards at Paprican, has been elected the new International Convenor of ISO Technical Committee on Paper, Board and Pulps, Working Group 3: Optical Properties.
Canfor has hired SCOTT WILSON as its senior vice-president and controller of Calgary-based pipeline operator Enbridge Inc. He will also serve as vice president of finance. He succeeds Doug Wilkes.
LEE BINGHAM has retired from his position as senior vice president of SCA Americas. He has held various positions in the paper industry since 1966.
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