Ex-GHSP President Called CEO Of Coastal Container, Coastal Automotive

HOLLAND, MI– Paul Doyle has actually been tapped as the new primary executive officer of sibling packaging companies, Coastal Container in Holland and Coastal Automotive in Rochester Hills.

The companies provide packaging items and services to clients across the Midwest, and utilize more than 200 individuals at numerous areas.

Doyles Twenty Years of producing management experience consists of seven years as CEO of the Grand Haven-based GHSP, a JSJ Corp. company that makes mechanical controls for the car industry.

We are extremely delighted to welcome Paul to our group, stated Brent Patterson, who is stepping down as Coastal CEO and will remain as the companys chairman. Paul has actually produced fantastic success in structure high-performing, high development organizations and we are thrilled about the skills he will contribute as we head into a period of substantial growth for our business.

Doyle, 55, functioned as president and Chief Executive Officer of GHSP from 2007 till earlier this year. He had actually previously served GHSP as vice president of sales and marketing and as vice president of personnels.

A local of Portland, Oregon, Doyle has actually lived and worked in West Michigan given that 1993, when he joined the former Donnelly Corporation. He holds a bachelors degree from the University of Notre Dame and a masters degree from West Virginia University. He is likewise a graduate of the Notre Dame Program in Executive Management.

Costs Baumgartner has actually just recently promoted to president of Coastal Container, and will certainly report to Doyle. Baumgartner has been with Coastal, found at 1201 Industrial Ave, since the companys launch in 2007. A graduate of the Michigan State University School of Packaging, Baumgartner has even more than 22 years of packaging industry experience. Baumgartner assumes daily management of Coastals product packaging business.

We are making a full-blown dedication to growing the businessbusiness and getting the ideal leadership in location is an important part of the equation, Doyle said. Expenses experience at Coastal and within the industry is a tremendous property for leveraging the innovations and products that will certainly drive our container company forward.

Clarence Martin, president of Coastal Automotive, will certainly likewise report to Doyle. Located at 2871 Study Dr., Coastal Automotive supplies energy-management materials to the vehicle, motorsports and packaging industries.

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ARC Automotive To Expand Into Hartsville

Commissioner Bill Hagerty together with ARC Automotive, Inc. authorities revealed last month that the worldwide automobile parts manufacturer will broaden its long-time presence in Tennessee. The company will invest around $3 million to find a brand-new production facility in Hartsville to expand its automotive airbag inflator product production ability, developing 66 new jobs in Trousdale County.

Tennessee is homethe home of over 900 automotive makers and providers, developing a thriving automotive market that uses even more than 114,000 Tennesseans, Hagerty said. Weve been ranked No. 1 in the country for automobile manufacturing strength for an extraordinary 4 years in a row, thanks in huge part to commitments from significant makers who are supported by a vast array of providers across the state. I appreciate the jobs ARC Automotive is developing in the Hartsville neighborhood and anticipate their continuous growth.

ARC Automotive has a long-standing partnership with the state of Tennessee, ARC Automotive Vice President of Person Resources and Security Gabe Bucca stated. It started its inflator operations in Knoxville in 1992. Knoxville and East Tennessee is homethe home of our corporate headquarters, engineering technical center in addition to inflator manufacturing. We now have the chance to broaden our presence to the mid-state region with the opening of a cutting edge production center in Hartsville. We value our relationship with the Volunteer State and we are extremely delighted to deal with the people of Hartsville and Trousdale County.

The brand-new center will be constructed at the PowerCom Industrial Center, centrally located and practical to ARC Automotives Knoxville and Morgantown inflator manufacturing operations. Website development has actually already begun, with the construction of roadways, structures and infrastructure.

The selection of Trousdale County for 66 production jobs is an exceptional announcement and will certainly be a considerable economic impactinfluence on our community, Trousdale County Mayor Jake West said. We welcome ARC Automotive as our new corporate neighbors to Hartsville and value their confidence in our labor force. On behalf of the citizens of Trousdale County, as County Mayor, I desirewish to express my appreciation to everybody who contributed to making this endeavor ended up being truth. It was a fantastic teamsynergy lead by TVA and the state of Tennessees Department of ECD, and assisted by the 4 Lake Regional Industrial Development Authority, Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association, Tri-County Electric, our State Legislators, and a number of Trousdale County officials.

TVA and Tri-County EMC praise ARC Automotive on their strategies to locate a brand-new production facility in Hartsville, Tennessee, TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. We are happy to partner with the state of Tennessee, Four Lake Regional Industrial Development Authority, Hartsville and Trousdale County to help with ARCs area and development.

Manufacturing at the Hartsville center is targeted for the 3rd quarter of 2014 with manufacturing and employment anticipated to gradually increase over a two-year period.

SouthCoast Leisure Calendar


BRIAN INCREASED BASEBALL 9TH ANNUAL SUMMER SEASON CLINIC: Will certainly be held July 14-18 from 9 am-3 p.m for ages 6-14 at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett run previous Boston Red Sox Pitcher Brian Rose and staff. Five fun-filled, essential training days will certainly include work on all baseball abilities, unique guest speakers, field day and scrimmages in the afternoon. Register by June 15 and be entered in a raffle for a free week of camp in 2015. For even more, see BrianRoseBaseball.com.

GNB HORSE LEAGUE SUMMER BASEBALL CAMP: The 2014 GNB Pony League baseball camp will certainly be held from 9 am to 2 pm from June 30 to July 3 at Brooklawn Park in New Bedford. Coaches from Wild Pitch Batting Cage will certainly be in participation. The camp is open to ages 8-14, and expense is $85 up until June 23 and $100 after. Camp features all baseball principles (striking, fielding and baserunning) plus everyday video games and more. Campers get full-time supervision, free T-shirt and a pizza social event. For more info or to register call Aaron Perron at 508-916-1788, Todd Soares at 508-971-4642, Randy Debrosse at 508-717-2030 or Wild Pitch Batting Cages at 774-929-6588.


SCREENING OF NEXT OBJECTIVE WINS: The Sidekick Soccer Academy will be hosting a screening of Next Objective Wings: together with a pre-screening talk with Jason Moore, a previous No. 1 choice in the MLS. The screening will be Wednesday, June 25, at AMC North Dartmouth Shopping mall. Moore will be in participation to sign autographs and talktalk with the audience prior to the movie. He will speed at 6:30 pm before a 7:30 pm screening. Tickets are $10 and must be acquired by June 16 at sidekicksocceracademy.com/next-goal-wins/. Next Goal Wins was an official choice of the Tribeca Film Celebration and has actually been admired by critics throughout the world.

WHALER ADVANCED ABILITIES CONDITIONING CLINIC: Will be held for children and girls ages 14-18 and 11-14 from Aug. 11 to Aug. 14 from 4-8 pm at the Mariner Youth Soccer Complicated in Fairhaven. Tuition is $85. Call Manny Matos at 508-993-8620 or Prick Ponte at 508-999-2032.

PARTNER SOCCER ACADEMY BOYS SUMMER SEASON LEAGUE: The Sidekick Soccer Academy Boys Secondary school 7 vs. 7 Summer season League for ages above 14 will certainly be held July 14-Aug. 7 at the DYSA Areas 5-8 p.m Monday to Thursday. The cost is $605 per group or $85 per player for complimentarytotally free agent groups. The expense consists of a consistent top. Groups are assured 6 50-minute games (plus playoffs). College coaches are invited to go to video games. Call league director Zach Rocha at 508-264-1372 or check out sidekicksocceracademy.com/summer-high-school-league.SIDEKICK SOCCER ACADEMY YOUTH CENTER: The Sidekick Soccer Academy Youth Center, held for ages 4-13, will be held Aug. 4-7. Ages 4-6 will certainly go from 9-10:30 am, ages 7-13 will certainly go 9 am to twelve noon, and ages 10-13 will go from 9 am to 2:30 pm at the DYSA Areas in Dartmouth. The expense is $75 for a morning session, $125 for a half day and $175 for a full day. All options include a T-shirt. Both recreational and competitive players are encouraged to attend. The clinic will certainly be led by Zach Rocha, a previous pro, college, club and Revolution Academy coach. Household discounts are available. Browse through sidekicksocceracademy.com/summer-youth-clinics/.BASKETBALL!.?.!GNB VOC-TECH GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP: GNB Voc-Tech will hold its summer season camp at Old Nest this summertime due to building. The camp will certainly be held from 8:30 am to 2

pm from July

28-31. There will certainly be a restricted variety of areas, so reserve early. Contact camp director Mike Prior at 508-728-7998 or mprior5@yahoo.com to register. EXTREMELY STARS ABILITIES CAMP: The Old Colony Super Stars Skills Basketball Camp will be held July 7-10 at Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical Senior high school. Ages 8-12 go from 8:30 am to twelve noon.

Ages 12-17 go from 1-4 pm The Expense is$110. For even more infoFor more details contact camp director Matt Trahan at 774-644-0823 or mtrahan@oldcolony.us.27 TH ANNUAL NE ALL-STAR BASKETBALL CAMP 2014: Will take locationhappen at UMass Dartmouth for kids and women ages 8-17 for 2 weeks June 30-July 3 and July 28-Aug. 1. Contact Brian Baptiste at 508-999-8724 or see umassd.edu/athletics/mensbasketball.South Coastline Elite Basketball

Camp: Will take place June 23-26 with a Developmental Camp for ages 7-12 from 9 am.-2:30 pm and an Advanced Camp for ages 13-16 from 4:30 -8 pm To register, see www.southcoastelite.com.32 nd Annual New Bedford Basketball Camp: Will certainly take place June 25-June 29 from 9 am to

3 pm at New Bedford High School for children and women ages 8-18. For more informationTo learn more, call Tom Tarpey at 508-287-4047 or 508-994-7450. Bishop Stang Girls Basketball Camp: Will be held 9 am to 2:30 pm July 14-17(Monday-Thursday)for girls in grades

6-12. Visit bishopstang.com for more informationto find out more or call the school at 508-996-5602. HOCKEY South Coastline Select CLINIC: South Coastline Select Hockey will hold its Spring/Summer Skills Center 8-9 am on Sundays at Falmouth Ice Arena.

Staying Dates: June 15, 22, 29; July 6, 13, 20, 27. Cost:$150. Walk-ons:$ 20 per session. Contact Ken Gouveia at -LRB-508-RRB- 965-3084 or kengouveia@comcast.net.WOME NS SKILLS SESSIONS: Womenshockeyskills.com will certainly be holding its Summer season Abilities Sessions for females 8-9

pm Saturdays from June 21 to Aug. 30. Expense$125 at John Gallo Arena in Bourne. Visit our website: WomensHockeySkills.com. Contact Bill Theodore at 508-542-3324 or coachbillt@comcast.net.GOLF HARRINGTON OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT: Holy Family-Holy Name Schools 10th yearly Monsignor Thomas J. Harrington Open Golf Competition will be hung on Sunday, June 29, at the Bay Pointe Club

in Onset. Registration starts at 11:30 am for a 1 pm shotgun beginning. The scramble tournament costs$110 per golfer, and paid registrations in May are gotten inbecome part of a drawing to win back the registration fee. Profits support technology upgrades for the HFHN Student Media Lab, given that Microsoft is ending support for XP in April and existing hardware will not support new operating systems. For more detailsTo find out more or to sign up, go to www.hfhn.org/golf2014 or contact tournament coordinator Tricia Grime at 508-648-2783 or pgrime62@msn.com.OLD ROCHESTER HALL OF FAME GOLF TOURNAMENT: The Old Rochester Regional Athletic Hall of Fame will certainly hold its yearly golf competition on June 22 at the Back 9 Golf Club in Lakeville. Entry charge is $ 90 individual,$ 350 foursome. Registration is at noon, shotgun start at 1 pm Entry charge includes green charge, cart, dinner and awards ceremony with low score, closest to the pin, victory, and raffle rewards. Register online at ORRAHOF.com or call Steve at 508-748-2493 or John at 508-400-1112. TENNIS FAIRHAVEN TENNIS PROGRAMS: Fairhaven has more public courts than any town on the South Coastline. The Fairhaven Tennis Association desires you to take advantage of this by becoming included in the organization, which has a large varietya wide range of programs for all ages. The association is offering a large rangea large range of tennis programs for the South Coast. IndicationEnroll in grownup tennis lessons for novices, sign up with a Tennis Play groups, participate in drop-in tennis programs on Sunday Mornings, junior tennis programs for 12-and-under, 10-and-under, 8-and-under, 15-and-under and 18-and-under. For more detailsTo learn more go to www.fairhaventennis.org

. Call Ken at

508-280-3150 for any additional information. ORR TENNIS CLINICS: The Old Rochester School District will certainly once more be providing student tennis lessons under the direction of ORR tennis coach Bob Hohne at the Old Rochester Tennis Intricate. The first clinic will be held June 23-27, and the 2nd clinic is July 28 to Aug. 1. Throughout the Monday through Friday clinics, there will be two courses: ages 7-11 and 12-18. Groupings within each class will certainly be based upon age and abilities. Each course will last for 2 hours and 15 minutes. Optimum number of students per class is 36 to ensure a 6 to 1 teaching ratio. The expense of the clinic is$ 96. For concerns and/or an application, contact Bob Hohne at 508-758-9081 or by e-mail at rhohne@orr.mec.edu.SENI OR TENNIS MATCHES: Senior tennis gamers age 60 and older of 3.0 to 3.5 ranking who stay in Dartmouth, New Bedford or a surrounding town and want senior tennis matches starting May 2014, please contact Mike Hickey, -LRB-781-RRB- 888-1110 or email mikehic@nii.net.Midd leboro Tennis Association: The Middleboro Tennis Association is anticipating its 41st consecutive year of outdoor league play this spring/summer. Tennis enthusiasts age 16 and over are invited to sign up with the association. Charges for students are$10 and adults$45. This fee includes play in any or all the leagues( songs, doubles, and/or mixed doubles )plus participation at the honors banquet to be composed the fall. Registration kinds might be pickedgotten at the Lakeville Athletic Club or by calling Expense Petrillo at 774 766-7689. VOLLEYBALL 23rd ANNUAL WHALER VOLLEYBALL CAMP: Will take locationhappen Aug. 11-15 from 9 am-3 pm at New Bedford Secondary school, and is open to women in grades 6-12. The expense is $160. For more informationFor more details, Neil Macedo at 508-758-3051 or Steve DeRossi 774-202-5497. VOLLEY BALL Beginner CAMP: Will certainly take place Aug. 11-14 from 9-11:45 am at New Bedford High, and is open to kids and ladies in grades 3-6. The expense is $60. Call Neil Macedo at 508-758-3051. RUNNING 9th ANNUAL ROCHESTER ROADWAY RACE: Runners and walkers of all ages are invited to get involvedtake part in the 9th yearly Rochester 5K Road Race on Saturday, Aug. 9, at 9 am Prior to Aug. 6, the entry cost for adults is$15,$10 for walkers and those 12 or under and 70 or over. After Aug. 6 the registration is$20. Entry kinds can be printed from www.rochesterma.com or www.jbrace.com or you can register online at www.jbrace.com. Numbers

can be selected up Friday night from 5-7 pm in the beginning Congregational Church of Rochester, along with Saturday morning from 8 am to 8:45 am at the Dexter Lane athletic fields in Rochester. Proceeds from entry fees will be donated to The Family Kitchen Damiens Place in Wareham. Individuals and spectators are urged to bring non-perishable food products for collection. To date, the race has raised over$25,000 for the kitchen and donated 2,600 pounds of food.44 th ANNUAL MATTAPOISETT ROADWAY RACE: Celebrate Independence Day by running the 44th annual 5-mile road race composed the scenic beachfront town of Mattapoisett. The race starts at 9 am on Friday, July 4. Mail in registration fee of $20 by June 22 or online registration fee of $15 by June 24. Register at Shipyard Park from 5-7:30 pm for$20 by July 3 or pay$ 25 the day of the race. All proceeds from the race are awarded to finishing senior athletes from Old Rochester Regional Secondary school. Visit www.mattapoisettroadrace.com.FUN AND HOUSEHOLD NEW BEDFORD ROWING CENTER: National Learn to Row Day is Saturday, June 7, and NBRC will host 3 sessions, each lasting 2 hours. Sessions are$20 for adults 18 and over and $5 for kids under 18. Grownup and Junior programs also start this month. Grownup programs run June 14 to Aug. 21 at a period cost of$250(monetary helpfinancial assistance readily available). Morning recreational rowing will certainly be held 5:30 -7:30 am Tuesdays and Thursdays and 7:30 -9:30 am Saturdays. Afternoon recreational rowing will be held 5:30

-7:30 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays and 7:30 -9:30 pm Saturdays. Junior programs run June 23 to Aug. 21 at a season cost of$ 375( Financial helpFinancial assistance readily available). All junior rowing(ages 12 and up) will be held 7-9 am Monday-Thursday and 7:30 -9:30 am on Saturdays. Contact Kacie Silvia at jkjasilvia@comcast.net.Bish op Stang SUMMERTIME 2014 Clinics: Volley ball (grades 6-9): Session 1, July 7-10, 1-4 pm; Session 2, Aug. 4-7, 9 am- noon. Cost $85. Baseball (grades 6-9): Session 1, July 7-10, 9 am-twelve noon; Session 2, July 14-17, 1-4 pm Expense$85. Lacrosse(grades 6-9): Boys and Girls centers

July 7-10. Cost$

85. Flag Football(grades 6-9 ): Session 1, July 7-10, 9 am to twelve noon; Session 2, July 14-17, 9 am -midday; Session 3, July 21-24, 9 am- midday. Expense $85. Strength Conditioning( grades 7-12 ): July 7-Aug. 14 (can pick certain weeks or all 6 ). Monday, Wednesday, Thursday just, 8-10 am Cost $40 per week chosen. Advanced Basketball(Girls grades 6-12): July 14-17, 9 am-2:30 pm Cost$150. Softball(grades 6-9): July 21-24, 9 am-noon. Expense$85. Golf (grades 6-9): July 21-24, 9 am-midday. Expense$200. Advanced Basketball (Boys grades 6-12): July 28-31, 9 am -2:30 pm Expense $150. Soccer (grades 6-9): Aug. 4-7, 9 am-twelve noon. Cost $85. Advanced Soccer (grades 10-12): August 4-7, 1-4 pm Cost$85. Field Hockey (grades 6-9 ): August 4-7, 4-7 pm Expense$ 85. Deal with Football(grades 6-9): August 11-14, 9 am-4 pm Cost $150. Tennis (grades 6-9): August 11-14, 9 am -noon. Expense $85. Swimming( grades 6-9): August 11-14, time TBA. Cost $150. Diving (grades 6-9): August 11-14, time TBA. Expense $150. See www.bishopstang.com for registration info. Notifications could be sent by mail to Sports Calendar, The Standard-Times, 25 Elm St., New Bedford, MA 02742, e-mailed to sports@s-t.com or faxed to -LRB-508-RRB- 997-7491. Notifications without stop dates will run 3 weeks. The sports calendar runs every Thursday, with a cut-off time of 3 pm Tuesday for entries.