Tim Spring, President and Chief Executive Officer, Marcal Paper Mills , Inc.
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Local Address: Elmwood Park, New Jersey, United States
Marcal Paper Mills , Inc.
1 Market Street
Elmwood, New Jersey 07404
United States

Company Description: Marcal Paper Mills Inc, with manufacturing facilities in Elmwood Park, NJ and Chicago, Ill., is a producer of sanitary consumer and institutional paper products as...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President and Chief Executive Officer
    PE Backed Investments in CPG
  • President and Chief Executive Officer
    Craft House, Inc.
  • General Manager - Dry Grocery Division
    Pinnacle Foods
  • Marketing Consultant
    Songbird Hearing , Inc.
  • Vice President
    Reckitt Benckiser - French's Food Products

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    PE Access

Education

  • MBA , Marketing Strategy
    Pace University

Biography

  • Proven CEO in private equity backed investments (triple digit average ROI over last 5 years) -- seeking new platform acquisitions in Food, Health & Wellness, Personal Care, Household, and General Merchandise. $50MM-$500MM in sales. 
    
    Brand revitaliza...
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How The Lorax Influenced My Recycled Toilet Paper Dilemma - EcoMom Alliance®
www.ecomomalliance.org, 7 July 2012 [cached]
Tim Spring, CEO of Marcal, a U.S. company that has been making recycled toilet paper (using nothing but recovered fiber) for over 50 years, said "Sixty percent of all paper manufactured ends up in landfills, only 40 percent is recaptured for further use.
Petra Solar - Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2010 award winners in New Jersey are announced
www.petrasolar.com, 25 June 2010 [cached]
Turnaround: Timothy Spring, Marcal Manufacturing, LLC
Yet the man who oversaw the ...
www.northjersey.com, 11 May 2010 [cached]
Yet the man who oversaw the rebranding, CEO Tim Spring, left Marcal last month after only 21 months on the job. MJ Jolda, the company's senior vice president of marketing, said Spring left to "pursue other opportunities" and now works for a Dallas-based private equity firm.
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Spring, a turnaround specialist from Princeton, could not be reached for comment. His entry on the LinkedIn professional networking website describes his current occupation as "turnaround CEO in the consumer sector," adding that he is "seeking new platform acquisitions."
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Spring, who previously led Craft House Inc. for 29 months and Vlasic, a division of Cherry Hill-based Pinnacle Foods, for three years after a bankruptcy, took the helm of Marcal in June 2008. He was the first Marcal CEO after the company was bought for $160 million in a bankruptcy sale in January 2008 by the four investment firms affiliated with Dallas-based Highland Capital.
Spring oversaw the creation of the $30 million "Small Steps" campaign, launched in March 2009, which aimed to make Marcal a nationwide household name by highlighting its lengthy history as one of the few paper product manufacturers to use only recycled paper for raw materials.
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Yet the man who oversaw the rebranding, CEO Tim Spring, left Marcal last month after only 21 months on the job. MJ Jolda, the company's senior vice president of marketing, said Spring left to "pursue other opportunities" and now works for a Dallas-based private equity firm.
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Spring, a turnaround specialist from Princeton, could not be reached for comment. His entry on the LinkedIn professional networking website describes his current occupation as "turnaround CEO in the consumer sector," adding that he is "seeking new platform acquisitions."
...
Spring, who previously led Craft House Inc. for 29 months and Vlasic, a division of Cherry Hill-based Pinnacle Foods, for three years after a bankruptcy, took the helm of Marcal in June 2008. He was the first Marcal CEO after the company was bought for $160 million in a bankruptcy sale in January 2008 by the four investment firms affiliated with Dallas-based Highland Capital.
Spring oversaw the creation of the $30 million "Small Steps" campaign, launched in March 2009, which aimed to make Marcal a nationwide household name by highlighting its lengthy history as one of the few paper product manufacturers to use only recycled paper for raw materials.
THE RECORD, HACKENSACK, NJ
www.plasmasol.com, 2 Nov 2000 [cached]
Tim Spring, Songbird's director of marketing, said company managers were dusting off their formal wear for a night Ballen called "Oscar night for high-tech in New Jersey."
"We're very proud.Our mission is to bring hearing to the world, and this award brings us one step closer," said Spring.
The privately held company was formed and spun off by the Sarnoff Corp., a technology development company in Princeton that grew out of the David Sarnoff Research Center and the RCA Laboratories.
Inventors at Sarnoff figured out a way to make a tiny hearing aid with a battery that lasts about 40 days.After the battery life is over, the user buys a new device for $39, much less than the $700 to $1,000 that a traditional hearing aid costs, Spring said.
The company won't reveal sales figures but said it has invested $40 million to manufacture and market the aids.Songbird test marketed its first devices at the Mayo Clinic last spring and began selling in 15 test markets around the country this summer.It plans to begin marketing in the New York-New Jersey area between now and January, Spring said.
Spring hopes his company will tap into a market of baby boomers and older Americans, many of whom appear to be reluctant to spend the money for traditional hearing devices.
"There are 28 million people in the U.S. that have a hearing loss, but only 5 million have actually purchased a hearing aid," he said, adding that, on average, people with some hearing loss wait seven years before buying a hearing aid.
Petra Solar - Dr. Kuran Announced as a Finalist for the E&Y Entrepreneur Of The Year
www.petrasolar.com, 27 May 2010 [cached]
Timothy Spring CEO Marcal Manufacturing, LLC
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