ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 10 - Mail-Well, Inc. announced today that Gordon Griffiths was named President and CEO of Mail-Well Print Group, effective April 8, 2002.
Mr. Griffiths most recently served as the chairman, CEO and co-founder of Caxton Group, a marketing services organization. Prior to founding Caxton Group, Mr. Griffiths served Canada's largest privately owned printer, St. Joseph Corporation, as president and chief operating officer. St. Joseph is Canada's third largest printing and communications organization. For 18 years, Mr. Griffiths was associated with Quebecor Printing, Inc., serving in various positions including president of Quebecor Printing Canada. Under his leadership the division experienced a robust growth period, which resulted in dramatic increases in both revenue and profit and an expansion of operations into the U.S., India and Mexico. His experience in the printing industry dates back to 1964.
"Gordon has a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and leadership to bring to Mail-Well," said Paul Reilly, Mail-Well's chairman, president and CEO. "He is a great believer in providing industry-leading customer service and generating superior quality for every customer. Gordon has a history of growing his organizations by meeting customers' needs."
Mr. Griffiths takes over for David Blue, who recently left the company to pursue other interests.
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