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Standard Register Names Jeffrey Kenny as Label Solutions President

Thursday, October 11, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio--Oct. 10, 2001--Standard Register announces that Jeffrey Kenny has joined the Company as a corporate officer and president of its Label Solutions strategic business unit. In the role, Kenny will provide strategic leadership of Standard Register's Label Solutions business, formerly known as Labels and Label Systems. "We do much more than provide companies with labels and related systems,'' said Kenny. "We have a direct, positive impact on customers' bottom lines by thoroughly understanding their business processes and by developing comprehensive solutions that simplify their operations. We are driving for ongoing growth through comprehensive labeling solutions that simply workflow within manufacturing and distribution processes.'' Prior to joining Standard Register, Kenny was chief operating officer of W/S Packaging Group, a $200-million label and packaging company that is based in Algoma, Wisconsin. His successes there included repositioning the company into growth markets. Kenny also served as general manager of the Prime Label Business of Avery Dennison Corporation's Fasson Roll Division. Kenny holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Baldwin Wallace College, Berea, Ohio, and a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia. "We are pleased to have Jeff join the Standard Register team. His expertise in the labels market along with his proven leadership and operational management skills make him exceptionally qualified to lead our growing Label Solutions business,'' said Standard Register Chief Operating Officer Peter Dorsman.

 

 

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