Paper maker Sequana SA will seek to improve its “performances” in 2011 by expanding its sales force and spreading the group’s best practices, Chief Executive Officer Pascal Lebard told Investir in an interview.
Sequana is reiterating a target for improved results in 2010, Lebard was quoted as telling the weekly. The company may spend about 200 million euros ($263 million) in the next three years to buy “small” companies that make so-called technical packaging, the CEO said, according to Investir.
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