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Acucote names Dan O'Connell vice president

January 16, 2014

O’Connell brings to the company more than 30 years of PS label industry experience.


 
Acucote Inc., a Graham, NC-based manufacturer of pressure sensitive labelstock, has expanded its sales and marketing team, announcing that Dan O’Connell has accepted the position of vice president.

O’Connell brings more than 30 years of sales, marketing and operational management experience in the pressure sensitive labelstock industry. “Dan’s main focus is to continue to grow top line sales; primarily through expanding customer market share and facilitating the launching of customized solution-oriented products,” says Gene Lauffer, chief operating officer.
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