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MCC appoints new chief operating officers

February 26, 2014

Floyd Needham and Vadis Rodato have been promoted.

Multi-Color Corporation (MCC) has announced internal promotions to create two Chief Operating Officers (COO), effective from April 1, 2014. With revenues now over three quarters of a billion dollars across over 30 locations globally and growing, Multi-Color has promoted Floyd Needham as Global COO for its Consumer Product Goods markets and Vadis Rodato as Global COO for its Wine & Spirit markets.

Needham has been with Multi-Color for seven years, the last five years as president for North America Consumer Products and the prior two years as VP sales for North America Consumer Products. He has significant experience within Multi-Color and the packaging industry in sales and operations and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Package Engineering from Michigan State and a MBA from Edgewood College.

Rodato has been with Multi-Color/Collotype for 19 years, with 10 years as president of Asia-Pacific Wine & Spirit and two years as president of North America Wine & Spirit.  He has significant experience within Multi-Color in sales and operations and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Adelaide University and an MBA from the University of South Australia.

Both positions will report to Multi-Color President and CEO Nigel Vinecombe. "I am delighted Floyd and Vadis are taking on broader responsibilities and will bring their proven leadership and greater integration to our global operations in their respective market segments," says Vinecombe.
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