Martin J. Simpson has been named President & CEO and Roy Galman as Executive Vice President & COO at Daubert Cromwell, the leading manufacturer of anti-corrosion packaging for industry. The new assignments became effective Jan. 1, 2008.
Simpson, of Elmhurst, IL, has held progressively responsible management roles since joining the company in 1998. As International Sales Manager 1998-2004, he established distribution channels and manufacturing operations in India, China, Europe, and South America. He guided the company to the Illinois Export Award in 2003, and is a member of the Illinois District Export Council. He has been Vice President Sales & Marketing since 2004. Simpson holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Dayton and an MBA from the Keller Graduate School in Chicago.
Galman, of Orland Park, IL, has spent his career with Daubert Cromwell and its predecessors, Cromwell-Phoenix, Inc. and Cromwell Paper Company in Chicago. He has held various management positions throughout his tenure, including General Manager. As Vice President of Operations since 2004, Galman was responsible for consolidating all manufacturing and technical operations from the former Daubert VCI, Inc., site in Knox, IN, into the Alsip, IL, facility. He is a graduate of Bradley University.