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FUSION PACKAGING ANNOUNCES NEW PROJECT ENGINEER IN NEW YORK OFFICE

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK - July 2014 - Fusion Packaging is pleased to announce the addition of David Lee as the company’s new Project Engineer. He will report to Alexander Kwapis, Creative Director, and work out of Fusion’s New York office.

As Project Engineer, David’s role will support the engineering, design and sales teams by working collaboratively with customers to initiate and develop new projects and drive innovation for the company. David brings with him a wealth of industry experience, having previously worked in design project management and new innovation at Colgate Palmolive. He has extensive experience working with both 3D and 2D software, including Solidworks, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

“We are excited to have David join our growing team, and believe his handson design and packaging development experience will make him a great asset to Fusion,” said Kwapis. “I am confident he will set a high standard for excellence in his position.”

David graduated from Pratt Institute with a Bachelor of Industrial Design, and received a Master of Business from the University of Phoenix. He has been awarded 15 patents for design, utility, and packaging.

David will be based in New York City at Fusion’s new office and showroom in the garment district. For more information, visit fusionpkg.com.

ABOUT FUSION PACKAGING

Fusion Packaging is a global leader in the design, engineering, manufacturing, and distribution of luxury packaging for the beauty industry. For ten years, our commitment to quality has redefined the standard for perfection in the skincare and cosmetic packaging industry. Specializing in airless packaging, Fusion sets industry standards for quality with quicker pumps to prime, higher product evacuation rates, and consistent precision dosing. The world’s leading cosmetics companies have trusted Fusion Packaging’s beautiful, innovative and functional packaging to protect and dispense their most valuable formulations, including Mary Kay, Elizabeth Arden, Avon, Urban Decay, and Arbonne.

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