Pulp and paper mill giant Domtar Corp. has named Allan Bohn as the new manager of the company’s Ashdown plant.
He will replace Bob Grygotis, who is retiring as general manager on Sept. 1.
Everick Spence, who currently works in the Fort Mill, S.C. headquarters office as director of Continuous Improvement, is being promoted to replace Bohn as Plymouth Mill, N.C. manager.
Both Bohn and Spence will report to Steve Makris, Pulp business vice president, effective Sept. 1.
“It is hard to say goodbye to a leader who is so highly regarded and brings so much experience to the operation of Ashdown, our largest mill. However, after more than 40 years in the pulp and paper industry, Bob deserves the opportunity to return with his family to their home in Kingsport, Tennessee,” said Domtar CEO and President John D. Williams.
“We have a deep bench of proven manufacturing leaders, so we are well equipped to keep the Ashdown and Plymouth mills competitive in their respective markets today, and prepared to compete in changing markets tomorrow,” he said.