Follow us twitter facebook
Edition: Global
Click here to subscribe toour free weekly newsletter click here
Industry buzz

A new president for Rieke

David Pritchett

David Pritchett

David Pritchett has been appointed president of Rieke. He succeeds Lynn Brooks, who has retired after 18 years and who will now continue with the company in an advisory role.

Rieke designs and manufactures a wide range of dispensing pumps and closures for various end markets including food & drink, health, beauty and home care, and pharmaceuticals. The company offers worldwide sales and service support through its network of 16 manufacturing, warehousing and sales facilities in Europe, Asia and North America. Rieke forms the packaging business segment of TriMas Corporation, a diversified global manufacturer of engineered and applied products, and Pritchett will report directly to TriMas President and Chief Executive Officer, David Wathen.

David Pritchett joined Rieke in 1996 as business development director, and has held various positions of increasing responsibility, including vice president of the dispensing group, vice president of corporate development and vice president of product/business development. Prior to joining Rieke, he spent seven years at TI Group and two years at Rolls Royce Aerospace.

Pritchett is a mechanical and aeronautical engineer, and holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Derby.

© 2015 - Premium Beauty News - www.premiumbeautynews.com
latest news
Focus
MakeUp in newYork hosted more than 3800 visitors, with a growth of 12% of international guests.

MakeUp in New York moves to Javits Center to continue growing

The latest edition of MakeUp in NewYork was a huge success, announced the organisers. Held at the Center415 on 5th Avenue, in Manhattan, on September 11&12, 2019, the two-day B2B event dedicated to the makeup and skincare supply chain welcomed more than 3800 visitors, with a growth of 12% of international guests. Brazil, Canada, (...)

read more
job opportunities
Experts’ views
Victoria's Secret or the failure of a conservative positioning?

Laurence Bacilieri
Victoria’s Secret or the failure of a conservative positioning?

When the Victoria’s Secret show was cancelled it didn’t come as a surprise. In May, it was reported by The New York Times that the show would no longer be broadcast on network television. “We must evolve and change to grow. With that in mind, we have decided to re-think the traditional Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show". From 2001 to 2018, (...)

read more

Features

We use cookies to give you a better browsing experience. By continuing your visit to this site, you accept the use of cookies. Read more and set cookies
close