Rayonier Advanced Materials is reshuffling its senior administration crew to drive the company’s go-to-market technique and speed up new product commercialization.
Frank Ruperto will seize the position of senior vice-president, high-purity and high-yield cellulose enterprise. Dr. Erin Byers will seize the brand new position of senior vice-president, research and development; Marcus Moeltner shall be promoted to chief financial officer and senior vice-president, finance.
Ruperto has been Rayonier’s chief financial officer since November 28, 2014, and led its finance and strategy group by the company’s profitable value transformation and following acquisition and combination of Tembec. Ruperto was additionally central to growing Rayonier Advanced Materials’ go-to-market strategy and will now give attention to executing that technique in his new position as senior vice-president, high-purity and high-yield cellulose enterprise.
Byers has gained extensive information on Rayonier Advanced Materials’ prospects and their needs whereas leading the corporate’s high-purity and high-yield cellulose enterprise. As senior vice-president, research and development, Byers will use his data and 35 years of cellulose technical experience to speed up Rayonier Advanced Materials’ new product improvement and commercialization procedure.
Moeltner joined Rayonier Advanced Materials in November of 2017 as vice-president, company development and planning, about the corporate’s purchase of Tembec. Moeltner’s knowledge about the legacy Rayonier as well as Tembec company, methods, belongings, and monetary drivers make him suitable for the CFO position and supporting progressive initiatives, says the company in a press release.
“Pushing growth is a vital a part of creating value for our stockholders,” says Paul Boynton, chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Rayonier Advanced Materials. “We’re shuffling key members of our senior management crew to concentrate on the missions vital for our future success. I want to congratulate all three executives as they take their new roles and duties.”