Avery Dennison Promotes Clyde to VP of Office Products
Press release from the issuing company
PASADENA, Calif. - February 8, 2001 - Avery Dennison Corporation (NYSE/PCX:AVY) today announced that Timothy S. Clyde, vice president and general manager of the Company's North American office products operation, has been promoted to group vice president of the worldwide office products business.
"Tim's expertise in office products markets, proven leadership and operational management skills, as well as his strategic marketing experience in this industry, make him exceptionally qualified to lead our global office products business," said Philip M. Neal, chairman and chief executive officer of Avery Dennison.
Clyde will be responsible for providing strategic leadership of Avery Dennison's worldwide office products business, which includes operations in North America, Europe, Latin America and the Asia Pacific region. Under his direction, the business will continue to develop and implement programs to strengthen the highly visible Avery brand in global markets.
Clyde joined Avery Dennison in 1989 and served in increasingly responsible positions in product management and marketing, including marketing director roles for product lines in the label and binder categories. He was promoted to general manager of the binder business in 1997, and was appointed to general manager of organization, filing and presentation products in 1998. Clyde became vice president and general manager of that business in 1999, and was promoted to vice president and general manager of the North American office products business in 2000.
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