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CPG says it is poised to deliver

BY HBSDEALER Staff

It’s been about a year since AZEK Building Products and TimberTech joined forces under CPG Building Products, creating a shake-up in the distribution of decking, railing and trim. 

CPG’s president Jason Grommon, responding to emailed questions, described the realignment of distribution within the industry as an exciting opportunity for what he called "two of the strongest brands in the industry." 

Grommon added: "Because of the wide recognition of the AZEK Building Products and TimberTech brands, this may have been seen as a ‘shake up’ within the industry, but it is actually an unprecedented opportunity for all levels of the channel to enjoy the best quality and selection in premium, low-maintenance exterior products," he said.

The combination of AZEK and TimberTech under the CPG umbrella required changes in the company’s distribution partnerships, he said. "We are confident that we are entering the peak selling season with the strongest distribution network in the industry."

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Bostik promotes Scott Banda to director of marketing

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Scott Banda has been promoted to director of marketing for Bostik’s Consumer & Construction Business Unit.

In this newly created role, Banda will be responsible for product management, marketing communication and strategic partnership efforts.

“Scott is a tremendous example of what can be accomplished through perseverance, hard work and innovation,” said Mike Jenkins, business director of Bostik’s Consumer & Construction Business Unit. “He has been a key leader in our business’ continued growth and success. I am confident that he will continue to be a positive influence on our division’s future.”

Banda has been with the company for 10 years, beginning with his initial role as product manager, in which he created Bostik’s urethane grout initiative and its Consumer Products Group in North America. He has managed the marketing function and the Consumer Products Group since 2011 and worked closely with European affiliates.

Banda holds a Certificate in Sustainable Design from Boston Architectural College and is a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional.

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Tupperware Brands makes some executive appointments

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Tupperware Brands has announced the appointment of two new group presidents, as well as the transition of Christian E. Skroeder to EVP.

In his new role, Skroeder will report to chairman and CEO Rick Goings and will oversee targeted markets for performance improvement.

Taking Skroeder’s spot as group president, Asia Pacific will be Asha Gupta, who is currently area VP, India, Tupperware Brands Philippines and Nutrimetics Australia/New Zealand. Gupta has been with the company in various leadership roles for 15 years, working with sales development, marketing, and operating unit and portfolio leadership across Europe and Asia Pacific.

Patricia A. Stitzel, currently senior area VP, Central Europe, will take the role of group president, Americas. Stitzel has been with Tupperware for 16 years, during which time she served in various leadership roles in human resources throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, as well as managing various portfolios throughout 20 countries in Europe. She will assume these new responsibilities from Simon C. Hemus, president and COO.

"I’m extremely proud to promote Asha and Tricia to group presidents," said Goings. "They are young, dynamic leaders with proven track records at Tupperware and great potential in the future. I also look forward to Christian’s experience helping us both fix challenged markets and accelerate growth in others."

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