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New CEO Appointment for LINPAC

13 April 2015

LINPAC, leading supplier to the fresh food packaging market, has announced the appointment of Daniel Dayan as CEO effective March 9th 2015

Daniel, 51, is a mechanical engineer with many years of experience in the chemical and building materials industries, and latterly spent 8 years as CEO of Fiberweb Plc., a €700m global manufacturer of industrial textiles.

Daniel said, “I am delighted to be joining LINPAC – a leader and innovator in fresh food packaging around the world. It is an exciting time to be offered this opportunity with major investments in sophisticated barrier films, expansion in Australia and elsewhere underway, as well as many other exciting projects to deliver enhanced product and service solutions for our customers. I am looking forward to meeting our key customers and suppliers and of course the LINPAC team over the next few weeks and months.

“My initial focus is to continue our record HSHE performance of recent years and to further enhance the long-term strategy of the business to deliver growth, improved competitiveness and attractive financial returns for our investors.”
Daniel replaces David Meldram who left LINPAC in late 2014

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