Former xpedx CEO Nominated to Serve on Cadmus Board of Directors
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 18 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced today that Thomas E. Costello has been nominated for election to its board of directors to replace Jerry I. Reitman, who will be retiring in November. The number of directors will remain at twelve following these actions.
Mr. Costello recently retired as Chief Executive Officer of xpedx, the $7 billion global distribution division of International Paper Company, a position he held for 10 years. Previously, he held senior leadership positions in sales and marketing, industrial marketing and packaging with Dixon Paper Company. He received both his BA in business and his MBA in finance from Indiana University.
Bruce V. Thomas, President and CEO of Cadmus, commented, "Tom is an astute strategist with an impressive track record of growing businesses in highly commoditized and challenging markets. We have enjoyed a long working relationship with Tom through our partnership with xpedx. We are excited about Tom's industry expertise and strategic growth experience, which will further enhance the capabilities of our Board."
Cadmus Communications Corporation provides end-to-end, integrated graphic communications services to professional publishers, not-for-profit societies and corporations. Cadmus is the world's largest provider of content management and production services to scientific, technical and medical journal publishers, the fourth largest publications printer in North America, and a leading provider of specialty packaging products and services. Additional information about Cadmus is available at http://www.cadmus.com.
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