Mohawk Names Richard Schielke National Printer Business Development Manager
Press release from the issuing company
[Cohoes, NY] – Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. has named Richard Schielke as National Printer Business Development Manager.
Schielke will report directly to Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing, Richard LaBonge. “The objective of this newly created position is to focus on the commercial printer and corporate end user markets. Rich’s extensive experience in fine paper sales and marketing management combined with his industry contacts will be a strong asset in this position,” says LaBonge.
As National Printer Business Development Manager, Schielke will develop value added strategies and programs specifically to assist Mohawk’s commercial printer partners in successful business growth. “I am thrilled to join Mohawk’s successful sales, management and manufacturing teams. Its clear vision for continued growth and success, and its commitment to the environment as well as its printing partners will continue to place Mohawk as the leader in the text, cover and writing market,” says Schielke.
Prior to joining Mohawk, Schielke acquired over 20 years of experience in fine papers sales and marketing, first as a Sales Manager for xpedx and then as Business Manager for Unisource. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Union College, is a former board member and education committee chairman of the Association of Graphic Communications, and currently serves on the Printing News Graphic Arts Advisory Board.
For more information visit www.mohawkpaper.com or call 1-800 the mill.
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