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Special Announcement — July 2012
With more than 22 years' experience in industry and as an independent market analyst, VALOIS VISION MARKETING is honoured and pleased to announce that Michel Valois, President and Chief Executive Officer, has been named to the position of Lead Author for the Pulp, Paper & Paperboard section of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europes’s 2012 Forestry and Timber Annual Report.
In this role, Mr. Valois’s responsibilities will include writing the North American section of the Pulp, Paper & Paperboard chapter, and coordinating with contributing authors from Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Russia, as well as with data providers, consultants and UNECE executives. Specific functions of this position include editing and integrating analytical material, including data, and identifying relevant topics affecting the global industry.