FAIRFIELD, Conn.--()--Acme United Corporation (NYSE MKT: ACU) today announced that Georg Bettin has been promoted to Managing Director of Acme United Europe.
“I am pleased to announce the promotion of Georg Bettin. His contributions to new product introductions, customer relationships, and sales in Europe have been excellent, and we look forward to his success in his new role.”
Mr. Bettin had been Director of Office Products Sales, Acme United Europe. He joined the Company in 2010, and previously worked at Smead Europe. He replaces Willi Engelsberg, age 65, who will provide transitional support and assist in marketing and sales functions.
Walter C. Johnsen, Chairman and CEO said, “I am pleased to announce the promotion of Georg Bettin. His contributions to new product introductions, customer relationships, and sales in Europe have been excellent, and we look forward to his success in his new role.”
Mr. Johnsen added that he is most appreciative of the work done by Willi Engelsberg during the past 7 years at Acme United Europe.
ACME UNITED CORPORATION is a leading worldwide supplier of innovative cutting, measuring and safety products to the school, home, office, hardware and industrial markets. Its leading brands include Westcott®, Clauss®, Camillus®, PhysiciansCare ® and Pac Kit®.
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