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[United States]
Posted on : Nov 21, 2008
Sonoco has named Jim Bowen
senior vice president, Sonoco Recycling and Internal Supply, according to Jack
Sanders, executive vice president, Industrial. The move is effective

In this new assignment, Bowen will focus on expanding Sonoco Recycling’s
business through market development, acquisitions and new services offerings.
Sonoco Recycling collects and processes recyclable materials through 46
locations throughout North America including a fleet of trucks and 1,300
trailers. He will also have responsibility for the Company’s internal supply
businesses including the Adhesives, Machinery Manufacturing and Forest Products

"Jim helped build Sonoco Recycling and is the best person to lead its future
growth," said Sanders. "The fact is Sonoco’s recycling capabilities have grown
far beyond the original intent of collecting paper to meet our own internal mill
supply needs. Today, we also provide residential and commercial recycling
services for several communities and even manage the recycling needs of many of
Sonoco’s packaging customers. Jim’s leadership and experience will help us
successfully manage growth and meet the changing needs of our customers."
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