December 1, 2005
Jim Turner has been elected to Crown Holdings Inc.’s board of directors. Turner is the former chairman, president and chief executive officer of the Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Bottling Group.
Ryder System Inc., Miami, has named Anthony G. Tegnelia president of U.S. fleet management solutions, and Vicki A. O’Meara to serve as president of U.S. supply chain solutions. Ryder also has appointed Juliet Johansson to vice president of marketing, fleet management solutions.
Linde Material Handling, Summerville, S.C., has announced that retiring president Mitch Milovich will be replaced by Brian Butler. Milovich will be returning to Lift Atlanta Inc., the family-owned Linde dealership he established.
B&H Labeling Systems, Ceres, Calif., has appointed Joe Kennedy director of market development.
Master-Bilt, New Albany, Miss., has selected Kevin Wilson as vice president of operations.
The Label Printing Industries of America has named Thomas Glas, regional sales manager of Vacumet Corp., its seventh recipient of the LPIA Hall of Fame.
FKI Logistex, St. Louis, has promoted Ken Thouvenot to vice president of project management and engineering, Matt Wicks to director of systems engineering, and Brett Felton to international sales manager.
Mark Tobey has joined Systemate Numafa, Canton, Ga., as area sales manager for the company’s industrial cleaning systems division.
Severn Trent Services has chosen Mitch Matthews as Southeastern regional sales manager for its water purification group.
As part of the structural reorganization of its North American business operations, Domnick Hunter Advanced Filtration has aligned all of its separations business into one reporting structure headed by Dan O’Shea, global business manager — separations sanitary and electrocoat. Peter Riddell was appointed as European manager sanitary separations products for the European business.
Harland America, Delran, N.J., has named Fred McMahon sales and marketing executive for its southwest and western regions.