The Board took note that Shri Bharat Hari Singhania, Chairman, has expressed his desire to step down as Chairman and Director of the Company with effect from April 1, 2024 as he have decided to curtail his close involvement in various businesses in which he has been associated for several decades.
Harri Eronen has been appointed as Interim President of Kemira's Pulp & Paper segment and a member of Kemira's management board as of February 12, 2024. The former President of the Pulp & Paper segment Antti Salminen will start as President & CEO of Kemira on February 12, 2024.
Willamette Falls Paper Company is pleased to announce the appointment of David M. Diekelman to the role of Vice President of Sales. Mr. Diekelman has already assumed the position previously held by Mark Sterry, effective January 1, 2024.
Marco Eikelenboom, CEO of Sappi Europe takes over as Chairperson of Cepi from his predecessor Ilkka Hämälä, CEO of Metsä Group. Marco Eikelenboom will carry out his two-year tenure as Cepi's chairperson.
Beacon announced the appointment of Carmelo Carrubba, Beacon's current Vice President of Strategy and Transformation, as Interim CFO, effective January 20, 2024, while the Company conducts an external search for its next CFO.
CN, which is the largest hauler of forest products in North America, named Lalonde as its executive vice president and special advisor to the CEO, a role he'll hold until he transitions to chief commercial officer later this year.
Two Sides North America (TSNA) announced that Kathi Rowzie will retire as its president effective February 1. Over the past four years, Rowzie has led the non-profit membership organization chartered to eliminate unsubstantiated and misleading environmental claims about print, paper and paper-based packaging and to promote the paper industry's continuously improving sustainability performance.
ANDRITZ and Domenico Iacovelli have mutually agreed upon amicable terms for his resignation effective December 31, 2023. He has played a key role on the Executive Board, overseeing Metals business area.
German machine and plant manufacturer Dieffenbacher is changing the responsibilities and composition of its Management Board effective January 1, 2024. With the appointment of Dieffenbacher shareholder Lukas Langer to the management team, it will grow from three to four members.