Diamond K Inc.™ Promotes Susann M. Tully to Chief Financial Officer

Leading Paper and Cardboard Recycling Company Continues to Grow

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Susann plays a key role in the future of Diamond K, one of the largest privately-held paper and cardboard recycling companies in Pennsylvania.

Scranton, PA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013

Diamond K Inc., the leading industrial and community paper and cardboard recycling company in Northeast Pennsylvania, today announced the promotion of Susann M. Tully from controller to chief financial officer as part of the company’s strategic objectives to drive long term growth.

Over the past three decades, Susann has held various accounting and financial positions. In her new role, Tully will oversee all financial operations for Diamond K Inc. as well as manage day-to-day corporate operations.

“Susann has the financial and industry background as well as the leadership qualities it takes to advance Diamond K in the recycling industry, “ said David Kirtland, president of Diamond K Inc. “Susann plays a key role in the future of our company.”

About Diamond K Inc.
Diamond K Inc. is one of the largest privately-held paper and cardboard recycling companies in Pennsylvania, serving industrial and residential markets for over 55 years. Headquartered in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Diamond K Inc. sorts, processes, packages and ships to the largest paper mills throughout the United States and Canada. Renowned for its global industrial recycling and history of paying top reimbursement rates, Diamond K Inc. can also provide material handling equipment on a work site to maximize efficiency. As a licensed and bonded company, secure document destruction services are available.

Diamond K Inc. is a respected member of the community with a long standing history of philanthropic service, including the creation of an education endowment fund. Diamond K Inc. was founded on business practices that respect employees, the community, and the environment. For more information, visit http://www.diamondkinc.com.


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