Business Management - HR

Tempus Fugit —Polischuk
January 1, 2012

So, what will 2012 bring? I'm expecting American businesses to continue improving productivity so they can compete favorably on the world stage. At the same time, I'm hoping that there is, in fact, a trend of increasing employment that will continue through the year and beyond. Then we won't have to talk about a jobless recovery anymore.

Rollprint Packaging Products Celebrates 75 Years
March 13, 2008

ADDISON, Ill.—Rollprint Packaging Products, Inc., a leader in flexible packaging technology, has kicked off its year long 75th anniversary celebration. “We are proud of our latest milestone. It gives Rollprint another opportunity to renew its commitment of providing healthcare and food customers with leading edge structures to meet their stringent packaging objectives,” said Dhuanne Dodrill, president. In keeping with that goal, Rollprint recently launched a new generation, peelable chevron header pouch, called Duet, which reduces costs while offering improved aseptic presentation of medical products. As the developer of the original header bag in the late 60s, Rollprint felt it was time to bring a

packagePRINTING January Issue Correction
February 1, 2008

In the article, “Punching out a preventive maintenance punch list” (packagePRINTING, January 2008), Jeff Opad was incorrectly identified as co-owner of Solo Systems. Opad is not affiliated with Solo Systems. Opad is co-owner of Jemmco, a supplier to the extrusion and web converting industries. Founded in 1999, Jemmco offers a complete line of equipment and supplies for processing paper, film, and foils. The company has developed a line of industry supplies designed to provide maintenance and R&D personnel with high-quality, affordable products. Its product portfolio features a full line of silicone sleeves, dyne products, roller coverings, corona treating supplies, cleaning products, static-elimination products, and

Sartomer appoints new business development manager
November 30, 2006

EXTON, Pa.—Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Sartomer Company has appointed Alan Pape as business development manager. Pape is responsible for developing new business and markets for the specialty polymers division, which includes appliciations such as one-part moisture-curable and reactive hot-melt adhesives and sealants, tie layers between non-polar surfaces, and as modifiers for other polymer systems. He will report directly to Bill Wittig, business manager of Sartomer’s specialty polymers division. Pape has been with Sartomer for eight years, and previously held the positions of technical sales representative and product champion. He was named Sartomer’s Salesperson of the Year in 2001. Pape holds a bachelor of science

Staff Changes at Sun Chemical
January 18, 2006

PARSIPPANY, NJ—Dainippon Ink & Chemicals (DIC), Sun Chemical Corporation's ultimate parent, has developed a strategy to gain significant synergies by integrating the management of DIC and Sun Chemical's operations and more closely coordinating their global management structure. This will create significant benefits in terms of better serving customers and reducing costs. To facilitate this, DIC elected on December 31, 2005 Naoki Tsuji and Kazuo Kudo to the Board of Sun Chemical Corporation. In addition, Tsuji will become Vice Chairman of the Board. Both Tsuji and Kudo have long and distinguished careers at DIC. Tsuji's current position is President, DIC Logistics, and Kudo's current position is