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New board members for ISSA


Worldwide cleaning industry association, ISSA, has announced a number of new individuals have been elected to serve on the 2020 ISSA Board of Directors.


The elections for open positions on the 2020 ISSA Board of Directors closed 26 July 2019. Incoming ISSA President Ken Bodie, of Kelsan Inc., will be joined by the following new names:


Vice President/President Elect: Steve Lewis, Golden Star Inc. Executive Officer: Brendan Cherry, Bobrick Washroom Equipment Inc. Manufacturer Director: Christine V|ickers Tucker, Clorox Professional Products Co. Distributor Director: Ailene Grego, Southeast Link. Director Canada: Amir Karim, Polykar.


In addition to Bodie, returning from the 2019 board to serve on the 2020 board are:


Past President/International Director: Paul Goldin, Avmor Ltd. Secretary: Roman Chmiel, Scrub Inc. Treasurer: Jim Chittom Jr., Roman Chemical Corp. Latin American Council Chair: Mauricio Chico Cañedo, Distribuidora Lava Tap, S.A. de C.V. Europe Council Chair: Michel de Bruin, Greenspeed BV Distributor Directors: Paul Barrett, North American Corp.; Nick Morris, Western Paper Distributors Inc. Manufacturer Directors: Tom Friedl, Hospeco; Andy Clement, Kimberly-Clark Professional.


Manufacturer Representatives Director: John Beers, Wind Associates.


BSC Director: Matt Vonachen, Vonachen Group. The following individuals complete their service on the


board in 2019: Ted Stark III, Dalco Enterprises Inc., Mark Bevington, NSS Enterprises Inc., Harry Dochelli, Essendant; Peter Farrell, Citron Hygiene LP; Terry Neal, Impact Products LLC.


ISSA is inviting all members to personally greet the new board members when they officially take office at the ISSA General Business Meeting, which takes place 19 November at 8:45AM during ISSA Show North America 2019. The show takes place 18-21 November at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.


www.issa.com Northwood acquires KPP Converters


Shareholders of Northwood Companies have announced the successful purchase of 100% of the issued share capital of KPP Converters Ltd (KPP).


KPP, a supplier of away-from-home tissue products, will continue to operate as an independent company out of its Ilkeston site as a subsidiary of Northwood Hygiene Products Ltd (NHP).


Former KPP owners, Cliff Arnold and David Vaughan, will continue in the business to ensure a smooth transition as it’s integrated into the wider Northwood AfH businesses.


Paul Fecher, Northwood Chairman, commented: “This acquisition brings additional resource to our market offering and continues the focus of the Northwood businesses within the UK hygienic tissue sector.


“The acquisition of KPP Converters Ltd allows us to complement our existing converting facilities in Telford, Penygroes, Bromsgrove, Lancaster and Birmingham


as well as further consolidating our position as a major independent supply source to the sector. We look forward to working closely with Cliff and David and the whole KPP team as they join the Northwood family of companies.”


David Vaughan added: “Having known the owners of Northwood for many decades we are pleased to have successfully assured the continuity of the business and employment for our staff as well as enlarge the product range the Northwood Brands will bring to the KPP customers.”


All contacts and communication details remain unchanged, and in all respects it’s business as usual at KPP.


www.northwood.co.uk


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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