Safety-Kleen names former SPX executive as CEO


CHICAGO, June 28 (Reuters) - Industrial waste services provider Safety-Kleen on Monday named Frederick Florjancic, a former SPX Corp. executive, as chief executive, following the January resignation of CEO Ronald Rittenmeyer. Safety-Kleen, which emerged from bankruptcy protection in December, also said that Ron Haddock, lead outside director on the company's board since December, was appointed nonexecutive chairman. Rittenmeyer announced in January that he planned to leave Safety-Kleen ...

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