Multi-Pack Solutions Promotes New Operations Manager for Wipes Business
Multi-Pack Solutions has promoted David Sanchez-Turner to Operations Manager for their Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based wet wipes manufacturing business, where he will lead the company’s Production, Procurement, and Logistics teams. David will be responsible for leading lean and quality-based production initiatives in support of the company’s core commitments to delivering innovation and speed-to-market, with an initial emphasis on improving key metrics such as on-time delivery and quality.
David joins Multi-Pack Solutions’ Milwaukee location from their Mt. Prospect, Illinois facility, where for four years he was Operations Manager, responsible for one of the world’s leading water-soluble pouches manufacturing sites. David’s operations and leadership depth, along with a commitment to continuous quality improvement, make him an asset to the Milwaukee plant.
“My vision is to follow proven Lean principles to become a world-class wet wipes manufacturing operation, meeting our customers’ delivery dates and exceeding their expectations, while delivering the highest levels of quality,” said Sanchez-Turner.
David will report to Multi-Pack Solutions – Milwaukee’s Vice President & General Manager, Joe Ervin.
“David has demonstrated significant operational leadership and has delivered constant improvements in a very demanding environment and market at our Mt. Prospect location. He’ll be a tremendous leader and resource for us in Milwaukee,” said Ervin.
Prior to Operations Manager, David held numerous production supervisory and process engineering roles at Multi-Pack Solutions and elsewhere.
David holds a bachelor’s of science in Industrial Engineering and a bachelor’s of engineering in Engineering/Industrial Management from Missouri University of Science and Technology.
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