Appliance Recycling Centers of America Names Mark Eisenschenk as President and CEO [Professional Services Close - Up]
(Professional Services Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Appliance Recycling Centers of America's current President and CEO, Edward R. (Jack) Cameron, is retiring and Mark Eisenschenk has been promoted to the position of president and CEO.
According to the company, Cameron founded the company and served as president, CEO and chairman of the board until announcing his retirement; he will remain with the company and continue to serve as chairman of the five-member board of directors. Cameron will work closely with Eisenschenk to ensure a smooth transition of executive leadership.
Under Cameron, the business has grown its revenues to over $130 million with more than 400 employees operating throughout North America. Through his involvement in the appliance retail and recycling industries, Cameron was instrumental in helping develop national regulations and standards for the proper management of ozone-depleting refrigerants and has been an active contributor to the development of carbon offset policy in California.
Cameron said: "After more than 35 years as the head of ARCA, I believe this is the right time to turn ARCA's leadership over to the next generation. Since joining ARCA, Mark immersed himself in all aspects of ARCA's operations to prepare for his new role as president and CEO. Mark's knowledge of ARCA's business segments, combined with his previously gained experience and skills, give me confidence that ARCA will prosper under his direction."
The company noted that Eisenschenk has served as the company's COO and president of its subsidiary ARCA Recycling, Inc., since July 2013. As COO he assumed responsibility for strategic direction and driving performance in the company's day-to-day operations in preparation for Cameron's retirement. Before joining ARCA, Eisenschenk was president of Vanguard Graphics International, a global graphic arts company, and CEO of Xitron, a multinational software developer and distributor. He also served in leadership roles at Honeywell International and an EPA regulated company.
ARCA is a provider of appliance recycling and retailing services.
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