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CAN (ON): John Sebele joins A.M.A. as warehouse supervisor

John Sebele is joining A.M.A. as Warehouse Supervisor. John brings years of logistics experience in the greenhouse flower & produce industries. He'll be handling logistics and premises at A.M.A.



Al's Flower Pouch is shipped to several countries around the world. A.M.A. is known for some unique products that they import from Europe & the USA.

For more information:
A.M.A. Plastics
John Sebele
519-322-1397
800-338-1136
jsebele@amaplas.com
www.amaplas.com

Publication date: 1/17/2018

 


 

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