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Tembec reorganizes leadership team and business groups


October 18, 2013
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Chris Black, currently Tembec’s executive vice-president, paper and paper pulp group, will take on additional leadership responsibilities for Tembec forest products group, following the retirement of  Dennis Rounsville, executive…

Chris Black, currently Tembec’s executive vice-president, paper and paper pulp group, will take on additional leadership responsibilities for Tembec forest products group, following the retirement of  Dennis Rounsville, executive vice-president, forest products group. Black’s new title is executive vice-president, forest products, paper and paper pulp group. Christian Ribeyrolle remains executive vice-president, specialty cellulose group and operations for this business group are unchanged.

“Dennis Rounsville has been a valuable member of our executive leadership team, and a significant contributor to Tembec and the forest products industry through his long career, and we wish him a fruitful and happy retirement,” said Tembec president and CEO James Lopez. “Chris Black has the business and skills to lead the new group forward.”

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“This change reflects the ongoing transformation of Tembec, as well as management’s continuing focus on costs as we reshape our business portfolio,” said Lopez.


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