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Chad Gunder Named Akro-Mils Sandusky Plant Manager

April 2015, Akron, Ohio — Akro-Mils, a North American leader in storage, organization and transport products, announces that Chad Gunder has been named Plant Manager for its Sandusky, Ohio, manufacturing facility.

Before his assignment at Akro-Mils, Gunder joined Buckhorn Inc. in June 2008 as Operations Manager in the Springfield, Mo., plant. In that position, he was in charge of the facility’s injection molding production group and all supporting departments, such as maintenance, tooling and new product development.

Prior to joining Buckhorn, Gunder was Program Manager for Schoeller Arca Systems in Detroit, Mich.; a Journeyman Machine Repairman for Masco Tech in Royal Oak, Mich.; and an Aviation Mechanic for four years in the U.S. Navy.

Gunder holds a degree in business from Drury University.

About Akro-Mils
Akro-Mils is a leading manufacturer of plastic and metal storage, organization, transport and material handling products for use in industrial, medical/pharmaceutical, commercial and consumer markets. Akro-Mils is dedicated to providing innovative, quality products that help customers improve inventory control and overall efficiency. Located in Akron, Ohio, Akro-Mils is a Myers Industries, Inc. company. For more information, please call 800-253-2467, fax 330-761-6348, or visit www.akro-mils.com .

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