New CEO sees opportunities as the company concentrates efforts on value selling, Six Sigma and people development.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor09.09.05
As Henri Dyner stepped down on March 31 as Sun Chemical’s chief executive officer, Wes Lucas, the company’s president since Aug. 1, has taken on the role of CEO.
It will most likely be a time of both continuity and transition at Sun Chemical, the world’s largest printing ink manufacturer, as Mr. Lucas familiarizes himself with his new role and embarks on new initiatives.
“Our key initiatives will be Six Sigma, value selling and people development,” Mr. Lucas said. “We’re a people business, and our skills will create value for our customers. We have far and away the best and most responsive people in the industry. That interaction is so very important to Sun.
“This is a tremendous opportunity to provide higher quality through Six Sigma, higher value added technologies, more valuable services and providing complete solutions for customers,” Mr. Lucas said.
With Mr. Lucas becoming CEO, all of Sun Chemical&
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