A Schulman, an international supplier of high-performance plastic compounds and resins, has appointed Joseph Levanduski as vice president, chief financial officer (CFO) and treasurer. Levanduski succeeds Paul DeSantis, who left the company earlier this year after serving as CFO since 2006.
Levanduski brings more than 25 years of financial, operational and capital markets experience to A Schulman. He most recently served as senior vice president (SVP) and CFO, as well as director of corporate development, for Hawk Corporation, a manufacturer of high-performance friction products, which was acquired by Carlisle Companies in late 2010. Prior to that, Levanduski held various positions within Hawk, including corporate controller. Before joining Hawk, he was a controller with Plasti-Kote, a manufacturer and distributor of consumer aerosol and specialty paint products.
Levanduski received a MBA degree from Case Western Reserve University and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Cleveland State University. He is currently on the board of directors at Robin Industries, a manufacturer and designer of high-quality molded products.
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