In the years following, Mr. Scaringi was promoted to key roles in Quebecor Printing – Canada before carrying out a special assignment in Milan, Italy, in 1997. That same year, he relocated to Chile to serve in the dual roles of Plant Controller for the company’s Santiágo facility and Corporate Controller for all Latin American operations.
In 2000, Mr. Scaringi transferred to Recifé, Brazil, to manage Quebecor World's new-plant startup there. He also served as Plant Controller for the Recifé facility while continuing in his role as Corporate Controller for Latin America. Two years later, he relocated to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and was promoted to Vice President of Finance and Administration for Latin America. As Quebecor World continued its rapid-fire expansion throughout Latin America, Mr. Scaringi played a key role in each strategic acquisition.
When Quad/Graphics acquired Worldcolor (previously part of Quebecor World) in 2010, Mr. Scaringi continued in his role as Chief Financial Officer of Latin America. In this role, he was responsible for managing all financial and accounting, human resources and IT functions across all plants in the platform, as well as a variety of sales and operational functions.
About Guy Trahan
Mr. Trahan has served as Quad/Graphics’ President of Latin America since the company’s acquisition of Worldcolor last year. In this role, he has managed operations for a network of nine printing plants in México, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cólombia and Perú.
After working in executive positions in sales, production and marketing with companies such as Procter & Gamble, Uniboard Canada and Cummins, Mr. Trahan began his print career in 1985 when he was named Vice President and General Manager of Printing Resources for the Canadian printer Gazette, a division of Southam Printing Ltd. He joined Quebecor Printing in 1988 as President of the Eastern Canada Group, responsible for 11 printing plants, and played a key role in restructuring Quebecor’s printing facilities.
Mr. Trahan was promoted to Quebecor’s President of the Eastern Canada and Specialty Groups and Executive Vice President of Canada in 1993. That same year he was one of three winners of the “Nouveaux Performants” award, which honors executives who have made exceptional contributions to their companies’ efficiencies.
In 1997 Mr. Trahan was named President of Latin America for Quebecor Printing, directing the printing and sales operations of a network of plants in six countries.