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Tim Paul Appointed Global OEM Development Director For Domino Printing Sciences
Domino Printing Sciences has announced Tim Paul as the company’s Global OEM Development Director.
In this newly created role, which has a global remit, Tim will support Domino’s sales channels and its Global Sector Development programme, working closely with the product management team.
With a well-established professional background in the coding and marking sector, Tim began his career as an Aircraft Engineer for the Royal Navy, serving there for over ten years. Tim then worked as a Sales Engineer at Metronic Printing and Coding, before joining Markem-Imaje in 2001. Over the next fifteen years, Tim fulfilled a series of OEM management roles, gaining a broad expertise across coding technologies, and most recently held the position of Global Strategic Account Manager.
Tim has also been a member of the Board of Directors at the PPMA (Processing and Packaging Machinery Association) since 2010, enabling him to maintain a broad knowledge of the latest developments and innovations that may affect businesses in the packaging machinery sector.
It is the combination of his beneficial insight and wide-ranging experience that make Tim a valuable addition to the expanding Domino team.
“I am delighted to be joining the team at Domino, working to implement and shape global OEM strategy in accordance with the growth of the company, with an aim to create tailor-made solutions for the ever-changing needs of OEMs,” says Tim.
He concludes: “By analysing the integration of Domino products within OEM production and expanding on existing policies and processes, we can ensure Domino remains the preferred coding and marking partner for OEMs.”
Food And Drink Federation Appoints Munday As Chief Scientific Officer
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) – the voice of UK food and drink– has appointed Helen Munday as Chief Scientific Officer. Helen will take up her new role in early summer 2016.
Helen has a wealth of experience in the food and drink industry, having held senior European and global roles in companies such as Mars and Coca-Cola over her career. From 2007 - 2010 she worked as Director of Food Safety and Science for FDF. Most recently Helen has been Lead Technologist in AgriFood for Innovate UK.
FDF Director General Ian Wright CBE said: “I am thrilled that Helen is joining the team here at FDF. It has never been more important for industry action, public debate and policy-making to be informed by robust science. As the newest member of FDF’s Leadership Team, Helen will help us to deliver more for the UK’s food and drink industry which is a vital national asset.”
Helen Munday said: "It's a real privilege to be joining FDF in the role of Chief Scientific Officer. I deeply believe that growth in the food and drink sector needs to be based on the application of sound science as well as innovations driven by so many factors that shape the way we live today. Whilst the sector faces many challenges I'm looking forward with great enthusiasm to working with the industry partners and stakeholders that I have always so much enjoyed working with."
To ensure the continued smooth development of the new Kotkamills Consumer Boards business unit, Pirjo Eteläinen has been appointed Director, Consumer Boards. She takes responsibility for the operating result of the business unit and will continue to develop the sales and support network ready for the launch of the new board machine at the end of June this year.
In addition, David Ingham has been appointed Global Sales Director, Consumer Boards, and will take responsibility for the sales organisation and sales overall.
Both appointments are made with immediate effect.
Christian Höglund, previously Director, Consumer Boards Business Unit, has left the company to pursue other opportunities.