Invesprint Appoints Belair VP & General Manager Of Jonergin Division
Press release from the issuing company
February 2nd, 2004, (Toronto, Ontario), Mr. Vince Hockett, President and Chief Executive Officer of Invesprint Corporation announced today the appointment of Roger Bélair as Vice-President, General Manager for its Jonergin Division, St-Hubert, Québec, effective immediately.
Roger Bélair was most recently President and General Manager of Impresora Transcontinental de México, the Mexican division of Transcontinental, based in Mexico City, where he led Transcontinental’s entrance into the Mexican market. Subsequently he led Impresora Transcontinental de Mexico’s profitable growth plans by acquisitions, opening new facilities and growing organically. Before that he had been General Manager at Interglobe Montréal, (division of Transcontinental), where he developed and implemented the specialty printing strategy for the Direct Marketing business. He previously held several senior operating positions for Transcontinental and Wilco Packaging.
Hockett stated, “Roger brings a wealth of operating experience to Invesprint along with a vision of growth that will help us as we continue to execute our strategy of becoming the preeminent supplier of labels to the wine and spirits and pharmaceutical markets. Building a solid management team is an integral part of any company’s success, and Roger’s appointment will significantly strengthen our team.”
Through its Jonergin operations in Montreal, Quebec and Napa, California, Invesprint manufactures prime labels for the wine & spirits, pharmaceutical and petrochemical markets.
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