Berry Global Group Inc., fresh off its acquisition of RPC Group plc, is changing its operating structure to accommodate a larger business.
The Evansville, Ind.-based company will now have four divisions instead of three: Consumer Packaging North America, Consumer Packaging International, Engineered Materials and Health, Hygiene and Specialties.
Berry is breaking its consumer packaging into two units with the change.
Jean-Marc Galvez heads up the international unit, while Bill Norman is leading the North America unit, effective July 1, the company said. Galvez previously oversaw consumer packaging as a single unit prior to the RPC deal.
"Our acquisition of RPC and new business structure will allow us to further develop our presence and best serve our customers in key geographic regions," CEO Tom Salmon said in a statement.
Norman becomes a division leader after most recently being an executive vice president of consumer packaging commercial operations.
Berry, combined with RPC, is now a $13 billion company with more than 290 manufacturing sites. The RPC deal greatly expanded Berry's footprint in Europe, and the company now has 48,000 worldwide employees.