Korzenski, 51, currently executive vice president of sales and marketing, succeeds Ronald L. Whaley. After leading Solo Cup through the integration of SF Holdings, Whaley resigned in order to spend more time with his family, the company said/
Korzenski has more than 25 years of experience in sales and operations in the disposable foodservice industry. He joined the company as senior vice president in February 2004 when Solo Cup acquired SF Holdings, Inc. In February 2005, he was promoted to executive vice president of sales and marketing.
While at SF Holdings (Sweetheart Cup Co.), Korzenski served in a number of positions in the course of a 10-year period, including president and coo of Hoffmaster as well as The Fonda Group, Inc., both of which are now part of Solo's broad product portfolio. Prior thereto he served as vice president of operations and vice president of sales and marketing for Scott Paper Co.
Whaley was with the company for more than 23 years. He helped navigate the company through its acquisition of Sweetheart and its subsequent integration plan.