Schur picks U.S. sales exec

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Posted: Monday, October 1, 2012 11:45 am | Updated: 1:43 pm, Mon Oct 8, 2012.

Schur Packaging Systems named Claus Frederiksen to oversee its North American sales and marketing activities following the resignation of Dan Kemper as president of the vendor’s U.S. unit.

The company said it will retain its Chicago-area office, but that postpress sales activities will be centralized at Schur’s Eksjo, Sweden, headquarters.

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