A labeling and autoidentification solutions specialist, PrisymID has expanded its office in Charlotte, NC, and its sales team.
Martyn Kerluk has been appointed U.S. manager. He will be responsible for seeking new vertical markets for the company’s new and existing products. He was previously the company’s new business development manager in the United Kingdom. Christine Partridge is joining the company’s sales team as strategic accounts manager. Shawna Wagener has been appointed sales and marketing administrator.
Bill Finnigan has been named product manager for the Swiftpack brand of electronic tablet counters by IMA Nova (Leominster, MA) and IMA Swiftpack (Alcester, Warwickshire, UK). He will be responsible for supporting the sales, service, and production teams at IMA Nova on Swiftpack equipment throughout the United States and Canada. He will be working from the Leominster location.
Miller Packaging (Solana Beach, CA) has made Chris Campbell vice president of sales and marketing. The company specializes in flexible solutions such as packaging that protects against static and moisture, and cleanroom packaging. Campbell will be responsible for all aspects of sales and marketing, as well as supply-chain management for the U.S. and foreign markets. He will be establishing a California warehouse operation, overseeing global promotion of the company’s products, and managing the business development and marketing staffs.
Hubert Keil, managing director and CEO of Uhlmann Packaging Systems (Towaco, NJ), has been appointed vice chairman of the board of directors of the Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council (HCPC; Falls Church, VA). Keil has served as a board member in the past for the not-for-profit association dedicated to educating people about the beneficial role unit-dose packaging can play in improving patient compliance. He joined Uhlmann in 1999 and has held his current position there since 2003.
DataLase, a laser-marking solutions provider, has appointed Fred Barnard as business development manager for North America. Barnard will work with converters to develop the advantages of the company’s marking process over traditional labeling technologies.