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US' Monadnock Non-Wovens announces James Cree as new president

May '22
James (Jim) Cree, president, MNW. Pic: INDA
James (Jim) Cree, president, MNW. Pic: INDA
Monadnock Non-Wovens (MNW), a US-based manufacturer of meltblown synthetic media for the automotive, surgical face masks, and air and liquid filtration, has announced that James (Jim) Cree has joined the company as president. In his new role, Cree will lead the MNW team with a strategic and creative vision for the future. Cree will assume his role effective immediately.

Cree is an innovator and industry thought leader in the nonwovens industry and he has been awarded over 80 patents. Prior to joining MNW, he held key executive leadership roles with First Quality Enterprises, King of Prussia, PA, Clopay Plastics Products, Mason, OH, and Pantex International, Sulmona, Italy.

“We are fortunate to welcome Jim as the new president at MNW. He is a hands-on leader with a strong background in product and global market development. His skill set will help MNW strengthen channel partnerships, drive operational improvements, and expand into new markets,” Richard Verney, chairman and chief executive officer of Monadnock, said in a statement.

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