Arlon Graphics has promoted three executives to newly created positions within the company’s leadership, the company announced.
The following individuals have been appointed to these new executive positions effective immediately, reporting to Arlon President and CEO, Andrew McNeill:
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) – Chad Russell: As CCO, Russell will spearhead the strategic direction of the company’s commercial operations, overseeing sales, marketing, product, sustainability, new market opportunities, and ensuring Best Products and Best Service remain at the forefront of the company’s mission, the company said.
Chief Manufacturing Officer (CMO) & SVP Transformation – Morgan Ebin: As CMO, Ebin will be responsible for leading the global manufacturing operations, streamlining processes, implementing innovative technologies and transformative processes, as well as driving operational efficiency across the organization, the company said. Ebin also oversees the Finance, Information Technology and Security functions, ensuring strategic transformation in alignment with our company goals and core values.
Chief Operating Officer (COO) – Lynne Kemp: Kemp will oversee the evolution of global infrastructure, people and legal functions including risk and compliance globally, Arlon China oversight, strategic planning, corporate communications and organizational processes, Arlon representatives said, and will ensure coordination between various departments, enabling the company to efficiently meet customer demands and capitalize on emerging market trends.
“These appointments reflect our commitment to empower our top talent to lead the business to deliver the highest level of performance for our shareholders, employees, industry partners and our customers,” said McNeil. “I have every confidence that Chad, Morgan and Lynne will excel in their new roles and drive our company’s continued contribution to the global graphic materials industry.”