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Cassell calls its quits from CPI

Friday, 06 May 2011
By Print 21 Online Article

Private equity takeover of CPI leads to long-standing managing director, Bernard Cassell, leaving the company.

According to a statement from the company, PagePack’s takeover of CPI is expected to be complete by mid-May. Already, there have been a number of changes. Today is Cassell’s (pictured) last day at CPI, along with Denis Goodrem, strategic supply director, who is also leaving. Between them, they have served CPI for almost 57 years.

Chairman, Peter Reilly, thanked the two for their “loyalty, dedication and commitment” during their time with the company. “In spite of the ups and downs of business, their commitment for CPI never waivered and the company is eternally grateful for this,” he said.

Outside of CPI, Cassell is active in the paper – part of everyday campaign, which aims to change the public’s perceptions about the use of paper and print.

Cassell was not available for comment at the time of going to press.

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