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ETI Converting Announces New President



Published September 2, 2013
ETI Converting Equipment has named Maxime Bayzelon president of the company. Graduated from University of Sherbrooke in mechanical engineering, Mr. Bayzelon started to work for ETI in 2007, where he has been involved in new product development, in engineering and in manufacturing.

Together with the ETI Chinese partner, he spent a few months in China to develop the plant. Upon his return, he was named vice president of sales and achieved ETI growth objectives.

Yves St-Amant now holds the position of vice president operations. With more than 28 years of experience in engineering, he is a member of the ETI group since the beginning in 2000. At that time, he was acting as engineering manager, and was eventually promoted to VP engineering in 2005 and VP R&D in 2007. Before joining ETI, Mr. St-Amant worked for Aquaflex System for 16 years.

ETI Converting also announced that Michel Houle has recently been hired as financial director. Mr. Houle brings with him nearly 25 years of experience in financial, organizational and management. He managed his own accounting firm for over 15 years. He takes over from Raymond Leblanc, who has announced his retirement after nine years with the company.


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