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Morrison chief named chairman of PMMI

Nick Wilson, president of Morrison Container Handling Solutions,  has been elected chairman of PMMI’s board of directors. More...



Nick Wilson, president of Morrison Container Handling Solutions, a leading manufacturer of feed and timing screws as well as change parts for the packaging industry, has been elected chairman of PMMI’s board of directors effective Jan. 1. He has been a member of PMMI’s board of directors since 2006, serving as vice chairman and executive committee member in 2010.

“I look forward to serving as PMMI’s chairman and facilitating PMMI’s vision to be the leading global resource for packaging by improving and promoting our members’ successes. PMMI members are renowned globally for making the highest quality equipment, offering responsive service and committing to meeting their customers’ needs. This is a privilege to help our member companies make the most of the opportunities we have to go forward and thrive,” Wilson says.

In addition to being actively involved in the leadership of PMMI, Wilson is an elected member of the advisory council of the Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana. The council of 23 business and education professionals provides guidance and perspective to client businesses seeking to establish themselves in Northwest Indiana and grow the region’s economy.

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