Ball Names Daniel Fisher as President, North American Metal Beverage Packaging Division, Americas
February 03, 2014
BROOMFIELD, Colo., Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ball Corporation (NYSE: BLL) announced today that Daniel W. Fisher has been named president, North American Metal Beverage Packaging Division, Americas, succeeding Michael Hranicka, who recently left the company.
Fisher joined Ball in 2010 as vice president, finance, North America, Ball Metal Beverage Packaging Division, Americas, and most recently held the position of senior vice president, finance and planning for that same business. Fisher reports to Gerrit Heske, Ball's senior vice president and chief operating officer, global beverage metal packaging.
"Dan has been a valuable part of our metal beverage packaging leadership team and has helped the organization maximize our opportunities despite a challenging environment," Heske said. "Dan brings the right leadership, drive and dedication as we continue to drive value for all our stakeholders."
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Ball Corporation supplies innovative, sustainable packaging solutions for beverage, food and household products customers, as well as aerospace and other technologies and services primarily for the U.S. government. Ball Corporation and its subsidiaries employ 14,500 people worldwide and reported 2013 sales of $8.5 billion. For more information, visit www.ball.com, or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter.
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