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  • 26 Feb 2020

Mactac Performance Adhesives Group names new sales and marketing director

Kevin Clunie

Mactac names 25-year marketing and product manager Kevin Clunie as sales and marketing director.

Clunie will lead strategic direction for all sales and marketing functions within Mactac’s roll label business. He will oversee nearly 30 employees, collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and work closely with Mactac’s senior leadership team and roll label customer base.

‘We are proud to welcome Kevin to the Mactac/Lintec family,’ said Ed LaForge, chief executive officer and president of Mactac. ‘Kevin will be an incredible asset to our leadership team, as he brings a vast amount of experience and expertise to his new position. He is a proven leader who excels at understanding and predicting both customer and market needs and will certainly deliver added value to our current business strengths and capabilities.’

Prior to joining Mactac, Clunie spent the past year as a consultant in the European adhesives market, while founding a small non-profit consulting firm. He also worked at Avery Dennison for eight years, where he led product management teams that were focused on label applications and higher value adhesive products.

His career history also includes product management and supply chain leadership roles with General Electric’s plastics business, as well as extensive experience in the European plastics and chemicals industry, working for organizations such as British Vita and REHAU, a global polymer innovations company.

Clunie graduated with honors from the University of Stirling in Scotland in 1994 with a bachelor of arts degree in marketing. He also earned his master of business administration degree from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management in Cleveland in 2014.


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