Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) August 5, 2009
Kevin Kenjarski has been named Vice President of Sales for all North American pharmaceutical and healthcare packaging operations of Keller Crescent Company. Keller Crescent packaging group consists of six facilities in Charlotte, NC, Greensboro, NC, Evansville, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Portland, CT, and Vega Alta, Puerto Rico.
"One year ago, the Keller Crescent brand was chosen to represent the Keller Crescent legacy facilities and Pharmagraphics facilities. We have spent the past year merging and restructuring our work flow and are happy to bring Kevin on board to lead our growth in the North American pharmaceutical and healthcare packaging industry," explains Bill Mitchell, CEO of Keller Crescent. "Kevin will lead our sales team to provide our customers with exemplary service, as well as meet our own goal to be an enterprise of unsurpassed capabilities and expertise."
Kenjarski comes to Keller Crescent after a decade with MeadWestvaco, where he was most recently director of sales, Health & Beauty Packaging. Prior to MeadWestvaco, he was with Constar Plastics, Inc., a division of Crown, Cork & Seal, Havre de Grace, MD. Kenjarski is a graduate of Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA. He will relocate with his wife and two children to Keller Crescent's Greensboro, NC location from Mechanicsburg, PA.
Keller Crescent supplies printed pharmaceutical folding cartons, large-format inserts and pharmaceutical outserts, pharmaceutical labels, patient compliance booklets, multi-component inserts and outserts, IV hanger labels, and several patented specialty products - including the latest in track-n-trace and e-pedigree technologies - to the pharmaceutical and healthcare markets. For more information visit http://www.kellercrescent.com/
Keller Crescent is a subsidiary of Clondalkin Group. Clondalkin is a diversified packaging organization with over 40 separate manufacturing locations throughout North America and Europe. Clondalkin pharmaceutical, healthcare and personal care packaging sites can be found within the United States in North Carolina, Indiana, Connecticut, and Puerto Rico and within Europe in Ireland, Poland, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom and The Netherlands.