[Cohoes, NY] – Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. has named Mark Capano as Director of Purchasing.
Capano has over 17 years experience in the areas of purchasing and materials sourcing. Before joining Mohawk, Capano recently held the position of Director of Procurement Supply Chain, Corporate Services for the Columbus, Ohio-based Retail Ventures. Prior to that, Capano was Director of Procurement, Supply Chain, Corporate Services for Trans World Entertainment as well as Sourcing Manager, Supply Chain for General Electric Company.
Capano holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and an MBA in Management from Regis University.
In his new position, Capano will report directly to Mohawk's Executive Vice President and CFO, Jack Haren. "Mark's skills and managerial experience will further assure the achievement of cost synergies throughout the supply chain process. We look forward to working with this new member of our team," said Haren.
Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. is the largest manufacturer of premium printing, writing and imaging papers in the country. Flagship grades include Strathmore, Mohawk Superfine, Beckett, BriteHue, Via, Mohawk Color Copy and patented Inxwell products, Navajo and Options. Mohawk engineers its papers to provide optimal performance for sheetfed, web and digital printing. Mohawk papers are used in a wide variety of communications including prestigious annual reports, corporate identity systems, high-end brochures, packaging and everyday communication for businesses of all sizes and types. A leader in environmental stewardship, Mohawk is the first large-scale production facility in the U.S. to use non-polluting wind energy to manufacture paper. Many of Mohawk's recycled products are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council [FSC] and/or Green Seal. For more information, please visit www.mohawkpaper.com or call 1-800 the mill.
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