EXTRUSION DIES INDUSTRIES LLC - The manufacturer of flat dies in Chippewa Falls, Wis., named Gary Oliver vice president of technology.
INNUA PETROCHEM LTD. - The PVC resin supplier in Road Town, British Virgin Islands, named Frank Cherng managing director of Innua China and Murray DePape managing director of Innua Europe SA. DePape is succeeded as managing director of Innua Canada Ltd. by James Steele, and Phillip Dorahy succeeds Steele as managing director of Innua Australasia.
MEDPLAST INC. - The injection molder in Tempe, Ariz., named Paul Rudzinski sales director for its Western region.
MICHIGAN RECYCLING COALITION - The nonprofit organization in Walled Lake, Mich., elected Bret Bergeron to the board. Bergeron is director of cost recovery for Walled Lake recycler Professional Waste Solutions Inc.
MYERS INDUSTRIES INC. - The diversified manufacturer in Akron, Ohio, named Don Thomas managing director of its lawn and garden segment. Thomas is succeeded by Joel Grant as managing director of North American materials handling. Also, Matthew Gerstner was named operations director for Myers subsidiary Buckhorn Inc. in Milford, Ohio, a provider of reusable plastic packaging.
POLYONE CORP. - The compounder in Avon Lake, Ohio, named Brett Warland process improvement director.
SHUTTLEWORTH INC. - The conveyor manufacturer in Huntington, Ind., named Bret Ranc chief operating office.
SIKOPLAST ANLAGENBAU GMBH & CO. KG - The supplier of recycling lines, based in Siegburg, Germany, named JÃ¶rg Bufe managing director.
SUN CHEMICAL CORP. - The producer of printing inks and pigments in Parsippany, N.J., named Brian Leen president of its North American Inks division and interim president of North American packaging. Myron Petruch was named president of Sun's Performance Pigments business.
TI AUTOMOTIVE LTD. - The automotive supplier in Warren, Mich., named Bill Kozyra chairman and chief executive officer, succeeding Bill Laule, who is retiring.
WILKINSON INDUSTRIES INC. - The manufacturer of plastic and aluminum food packaging in Fort Calhoun, Neb., named Dale Sprosty vice president of sales.