Donald D. Belcher

Paloian Rejoins Donnelley Group CHICAGO—John R. Paloian, who spent 11 years at RR Donnelley before moving on to Quebecor World, is rejoining the Windy City printer as group president, publishing and retail services. He is now responsible for the company's magazine, catalog, retail advertising insert and directory business. Paloian, who was co-COO at the time of his departure from Quebecor World, previously served as president of the magazine/catalog business. Banta Names Streeter Chairman MENASHA, WI—Banta Corp. announced that Stephanie Streeter, president and CEO, has also assumed the role of chairman of the board of directors. Streeter replaced Donald D. Belcher, who retired after holding the position for

MENASHA, WI—The leadership torch at Banta Corp. has been passed with the announcement that Stephanie A. Streeter has been named president and CEO effective October 1. She assumes the helm from Donald D. Belcher, who will continue to serve as chairman of the board until his retirement in April, 2004. Streeter, 44, has served as Banta's president and chief operating officer since January 2001. According to Belcher, her promotion is the culmination of a leadership transition that began two years ago. "Since Stephanie joined Banta in January 2001, she has done an outstanding job of guiding our global operations through a very challenging economic

Johnson City, Tn—Menasha, WI-based Banta Corp. has purchased Southeastern Color Graphics, based here. Officials say the acquisition enhances Banta's ability to meet the specialized product needs of the educational marketplace because Southeastern focuses on product niches that address the non-textbook print component requirements of elementary and high school markets. Products include large-format "lap books" and customized "little books" for elementary reading programs, overhead transparencies, card and poster sets, and classroom resource kits. Southeastern's 1999 sales were more than $20 million, making it the third largest supplier in its market niche. The Banta Book Group is the largest supplier to this market through its five packaging

MENASHA, WI-Banta Corp. has formed a joint venture with Grupo Imagen, a sheetfed printer based in Queretaro, Mexico. The agreement is a cash transaction that gives Banta a 50 percent interest in the joint venture Banta G. Imagen S. de R.L. de C.V. Other terms of the agreement were not released. Grupo Imagen provides a variety of products and services in the commercial print category, specializing in the production of direct marketing materials, brochures, personalized print products, promotional items and point-of-purchase materials. Banta Chairman Donald D. Belcher says the company gives Banta important strategic advantages and expands its presence in the growing Latin American

More Blogs