Eric Anderson Joins PCI as newest Business Development Account Executive
PCI is pleased to announce the addition of Eric Anderson in the role of Account Executive, supporting the growth and success of our well-established Commercial Packaging business.
Eric will be responsible for account management and territory growth for commercial packaging services in the East Coast, maintaining and growing market share with key customers while developing new business.
Eric brings with him an extensive career in technical development roles, having started his career at Anderson Packaging and later here at PCI, where he gained experience in packaging design and development, planning and project management roles, as well as subsequent roles at specialty pharmaceutical company TOLMAR in package engineering and development.
Commenting on his appointment, Phil DiGiacomo, Senior Vice President of Business Development, said: “We are delighted to welcome back Eric to PCI. He brings a wealth of experience in packaging and will be using this technical knowledge to help support customers as they look to bring new medicines to market. His background will be invaluable and we are looking forward to Eric’s insights and experience to significantly benefit our clients.”
Eric stated: “I’m excited to be back at PCI and part of a team that is dedicated to serving clients with innovative packaging solutions and ongoing investment in capacity expansions to meet business growth. I am looking forward to applying my previous experiences to the responsibilities of my new role, focusing on providing customers the industry leading experience.”
Prior to re-joining PCI, Eric worked as Project Lead at TOLMAR for packaging development activities for various specialty injectable and dermatological applications. Eric is a graduate of the Michigan State University School of Packaging.
Eric joins us at a time of significant investment in its commercial packaging business over the past year, including capacity expansions of its packaging equipment including multiple bottling lines, as well as a recent investment of market leading Serialization capability that will effectively triple its Serialization capacity. The multi-site installations support a variety of drug delivery forms, including bottles, unit cartons and parenteral kits, as well as unit dose wallets and child resistant/compliance prompting packaging.
August 22, 2017