Hexacomb, a subsidiary of Boise Inc., has announced that Scott Daniel will serve as president of Hexacomb.
“Scott’s demonstrated leadership and results-oriented approach are assets to our growing company,” said Robert A. Warren, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Boise Inc.
Daniel joined Hexacomb in 2005 as the vice president of operations. During the past seven years, he has been responsible for improving plant operations and profitability. The lean manufacturing practices that were implemented during his tenure resulted in a significant increase in operational efficiency.
Daniel also supported the company’s new product launches—including the Falconboard graphic display line—by effectively integrating new production into existing facilities in North America and Europe.
“Exceptional customer service and increasing our product reach into new market segments and geographies will continue to be Hexacomb’s priority,” said Daniel. “Hexacomb’s recent acquisition by Boise gives us access to a tremendous number of resources to help propel us forward. I look forward to working closely with both the Hexacomb and Boise teams to achieve our objectives.”
Hexacomb products are made with 100 percent paper (all natural, renewable virgin and post consumer recycled fibers) and engineered into a proprietary honeycomb configuration. The products offer superior printing surface and excellent strength for both packaging and printing applications.
In addition to his experience in paper-based product manufacturing, Daniel spent 17 years in operations for a leading supplier of automotive interiors and consumer electronics.
He has a master of business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a bachelor of science in industrial engineering technology from the University of Dayton.