Company Hires Paul Fedkenheuer and Mark Skahan as Senior Technical Sales Managers; Promotes Al Bobst to Director of New Business Development
BENNINGTON, NH, March 2, 2015 – Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., a family-owned manufacturer that delivers high-performance specialty papers for the technical, packaging and printing markets, today announced that Paul Fedkenheuer and Mark Skahan have joined the company as Senior Technical Sales Managers. Further, Al Bobst, currently a Senior Technical Sales Representative, has been promoted to the position of Director of New Business Development. Al’s many years of experience with Monadnock’s grade lines and capabilities will be of great value as the company continues to explore new and extended markets for substrates.
Both Paul and Mark bring to Monadnock over twenty years of paper industry experience. Before joining Monadnock, Paul was responsible for the publishing, catalog and direct mail markets at FutureMark Paper Group, and before that was with the Myllykoski Corporation. Mark also joins Monadnock from the FutureMark Paper Group, where he had been responsible for the development and implementation of targeted sales strategies since the company’s inception.
“Paul and Mark are seasoned professionals with deep experience in the paper industry, and we are glad to have them join our team,” said Brendan Lesch, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Monadnock. “Their past successes, energy, enthusiasm and polished approach to sales will be very beneficial as we continue to grow our diverse product portfolio in the technical and specialty markets.”
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