PARSIPPANY, NJ − November 24, 2008 − Brian Leen, president of North American Inks at Sun Chemical, announced the appointment of key leaders responsible for the growth and sales of the company's newly reorganized North American business unit
North American Inks has adopted a structure that will provide greater focus on delivering quality, service, and innovation to customers and improve business efficiencies.
"By uniting our sales organization under one leadership, we will drive a greater focus on sales excellence," Leen said. "Our aim will be to develop a sales team that is recognized by our customers as the benchmark against which all other sales teams are measured."
Greg Lawson has been appointed vice president of sales and will be responsible for all sales in North America including Rycoline, US Ink, packaging, publication, commercial, and specialty inks.
Michel Bilodeau has been appointed vice president of key accounts. As a key member of the North American Inks leadership team, Bilodeau will direct commercial activity with key accounts in North America in all industries except US Ink. He will report to Greg Lawson, vice president of sales.
Colin Davie has been named director of North American Inks business development. In this role, Davie will direct all activities related to the development of early-stage businesses with major growth potential. He will also lead all of North American Inks' merger and acquisition activity, including activities associated with strategic alliances and joint ventures.
Chris Parrilli has been named vice president of customer service centers in Sun Chemical's North American Inks business unit. In this role, Parrilli will coordinate and lead Sun Chemical's customer service centers and in-plants.
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