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Zastrow promoted to VP of sales for PCMC

May 23, 2013

Steve Kemp, president of Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC), a supplier of high-performance converting machinery for the global tissue, nonwovens, package printing and envelope manufacturing industries, has announced the promotion of Mark Zastrow to vice president of sales for the company's Green Bay, WI, operations.

"Mark’s vast experience, in aligning PCMC’s offerings to the ever-changing business demands of our customers, will be expanded into all the markets and customer bases we presently serve as well as our developing initiatives," says Kemp.

As vice president, Zastrow will be responsible for all Green Bay manufactured major machine product lines and sales teams. Zastrow has over 25 years of experience in various sales and sales leadership roles and has served as leader of PCMC's Green Bay-based tissue converting and packaging sales teams. He will also maintain his current sales responsibility for the converting and packaging sales team.

About the announcement, Zastrow says, "I am humbled to be following in the footsteps of a long list of impressive PCMC sales leaders. We will continue on our current path to enhance and grow our professional and highly motivated sales and distribution network to support our customers’ business needs with PCMC’s unique products and services. We are simply on a mission to build a great American manufacturing company."
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