ALLOYD CO. - Ron Leach was named executive vice president for the DeKalb, Ill.-headquartered packaging thermoformer. He had just been named vice president of operations in September 2000.
AMERICAN RENOLIT CORP. - The La Porte, Ind., subsidiary of the Renolit Film-Technology Group, which manufactures polyethylene, polypropylene and PVC films for consumer and industrial applications, named Lucas Lowenstein executive vice president. Lowenstein joined American Renolit in 1991 to head the firm's industrial and graphic arts sales.
LANDMARK PLASTIC CORP. - The Akron, Ohio, manufacturer of plastic containers and packaging primarily for the horticultural industry, named Steven Pavelka vice president and chief operating officer, Jamie Kane manager of business and operations development, Jeffery Clapper manager of project and facilities development, and Becky Beckham accounting manager.
PLIANT CORP. - Brian Johnson was named chief financial officer for the Schaumburg, Ill., manufacturer of plastic films for flexible packaging.
PRECISE TECHNOLOGY INC. - The North Versailles, Pa.-headquartered injection molder serving the packaging, consumer/industrial and health-care markets named Elyse Joyce plant manager of its Holden, Mass., facility and Jim Monaghan plant manager of its South Grafton, Mass., facility.
SAINT-GOBAIN CALMAR INC. - John McKernan was named president and chief executive officer of the City of Industry, Calif.-headquartered manufacturer of nonaerosol dispensing and spraying systems. McKernan joined the company in 1996 as executive vice president and general manager of the Cleaning and Chemical Products Division.
TRANSILWRAP CO. INC. - The Chicago-based maker and converter of plastic sheet and film named Mark Coalson DIGIKote product manager. Coalson will oversee all product activity for DIGIKote, the firm's digital laminating film.
WICKLANDER PRINTING CORP. - Robert Anderson was named president of the Chicago-based printing company's new plastics affiliate, Trivista Plastics. Trivista will be fully operational in May and will offer solutions for plastic and paper printing coupled with fulfillment services.
William O'Day rejoined UNILOY MILACRON, a Manchester, Mich.-based supplier of blow molding machines, as international sales manager.