Former Baldwin CEO, John Heald Named President of Harland Printed Products
Press release from the issuing company
ATLANTA (November 18, 2002) – John H. Harland Company announced today that John T. Heald, Jr. has been named president of Harland Printed Products, effective December 2. He replaces David Passman who has left the company to pursue other opportunities.
Heald has 30 years experience, including 24 years of general management assignments, most recently as chief executive officer of Baldwin Technology Company, a $150 million global manufacturer of controls and accessories for the printing industry. Prior to that he was executive vice president of operations for Sappi Fine Paper, NA, where he had responsibility for sales, marketing and operations of the $1.4 billion organization.
Heald also spent 22 years with Union Camp Corporation. His last position with Union Camp was executive vice president of the packaging group, with general management responsibilities for this $1.8 billion part of the company.
"We're delighted to have someone of John's caliber join Harland," said Timothy C. Tuff, chairman and chief executive officer of Harland. "He has an established track record of improving productivity, revenue and customer satisfaction, and we're confident this will continue with our Printed Products business."
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