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Mr Davidson to lead Checkpoint global apparel labeling business
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Oct '08
Checkpoint Systems Inc a leading manufacturer and marketer of identification, tracking, security and merchandising solutions for the retail industry and its supply chain, announced that it has appointed Steven Davidson as President, Global Apparel Labeling Solutions effective immediately.

Mr. Davidson will lead Checkpoint's global apparel labeling business with a focus on providing integrated solutions throughout the apparel supply chain.

Prior to joining Checkpoint, Mr. Davidson held increasingly more responsible positions at the Braitrim Group, a global full service provider of apparel identification and packaging products, for the past sixteen years.

This included working over three years in Asia to successfully establish a manufacturing and service footprint.

In 2002, he became Managing Director EMEA for Spotless Retailer Services where he retained full P&L responsibility for EMEA, in addition to maintaining global marketing responsibility for the Braitrim brand. He also held positions at TCI Marketing Consultancy, K Shoes Group and Unilever.

“We are delighted that Steven has joined the Checkpoint team,” said Rob van der Merwe, President and Chief Executive Officer of Checkpoint Systems Inc.

“Steven brings to the Company a broad range of experience and expertise in the global apparel labeling industry.

He is well known in the industry and was instrumental in building a $180 million business that served the apparel identification needs of the leading retailers and apparel manufacturers across Europe, and Asia.”

Checkpoint Systems Inc


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