Nippon names Steven Johnson as new mill chief
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Johnson’s expertise includes paper making and paper chemistry, as well as information systems, process engineering and operations management, according to a prepared statement announcing the appointment.
His most recent position with Nippon was as the technical services and power manager.
Johnson will assume the duties of Harold Norlund, who left the company in early March to return to Canada.
The news release stated there will be other restructuring within Nippon under Johnson and that those announcements will be made in the near future.
Last modified: March 26. 2014 6:42PM