Three new executives for LLFlex
LLFlex, a specialist in packaging materials and industrial laminate solutions for the consumer packaging, building and construction, and wire and cable industries, has expanded its packaging segment leadership team with three new senior-level executives.
Gregg Olah has joined the packaging segment sales team as director of sales — Hampden. In this role, he will continue his focus on managing and growing the business for the recently acquired assets of Hampden Papers, Inc. The acquisition expanded LLFlex's footprint in a range of packaging niches, including paper, film and foil-based packaging for food and beverages, premium laminated carton board for health and beauty products, and transfer-metallized paper and board for sustainable packaging solutions.
Alan Lake has also joined the packaging segment sales team, as business development manager. Initially engaging with the company as a consultant, Mr Lake's role will expand as the Hampden Papers acquisition enhances LLFlex's presence in the laminated carton market.
Balla Murillo also has joined LLFlex as a business development manager. Like Mr Olah, Ms Murillo is transitioning from her previous role with Hampden Papers, where she spent eight years as executive account manager and oversaw strategic accounts while also focusing on business development with new customers.
Kelley Stearman, director of the packaging segment, believes that these three industry professionals will be invaluable assets to LLFlex:
I'm thrilled to have Balla, Gregg and Alan join the LLFlex team. This is an exciting time of rapid growth for our company, and these three individuals will play a critical role in managing current business and developing new opportunities in the laminated carton market and other packaging sectors. As we open our new plant in High Point, North Carolina, the synergy created by these additions will enable us to aggressively drive growth to complement our additional capacity.