Scott Schweder began working in the food service industry in 1994. However, his career began at Domtar Corporation in 1997, when it was known as Willamette Industries. During his time at Domtar, Scott’s hard work and determination opened the door to opportunities within several departments.
For the Accounting Department, Scott handled invoicing, credits/debits and inventory reconciliation. In Sales Service, he was responsible for order entry, customer and sales engagement, price list maintenance and logistics. Scott worked in the manufacturing department to procure and manufacture raw material and finished goods, inventory management, press scheduling, rail and dock schedule coordinating, job costing and vendor engagements.
In 2007, Scott transitioned into Sales and Business Development for Domtar where he managed eastern PA and southern jersey sales territory for several years. His team of inkjet and XEROX branded specialty media experts supported the sales initiatives of over 40 outside sales managers. He was also responsible for managing OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) relationships, hitting YOY growth targets in both inkjet sales and a variety of specialty media products.
Scott brings over 23 plus years of extensive experience in production and manufacturing to his position as Customer Service Manager at Paris Corporation. He is responsible for managing Paris’ customer service team and maintaining customer relationships in relation to organizational objectives. Additionally, his role ensures the partnerships with suppliers and customers remain at the highest level of quality and service through stellar customer service- one of the key components behind the success of Paris Corporation.
Scott believes in positioning people to be successful. His innovative solutions and strong collaborative style are an asset for Paris- customers, partnerships and employees.
This industry and the people in it are unique – it’s one where we are reliant on each other; either to make something, ship something or sell something. But, in between the big steps there are a million tiny things happening that we count on each other for – I like helping people put the pieces together. That’s why I came to Paris, the people – the overall culture showcases a dedication towards getting the job done with humility and a sense of humor. We’re going to do great things!