Fair Lawn-based Noritake announced Monday that Peter Goldberger, executive vice president, will retire at the end of 2018.
Goldberger joined the company in 1998 as the national sales and marketing manager of its Epoch division. He was then named vice president of marketing in 2004 and executive vice president in 2008.
“This transition has been planned for quite some time,” Goldberger said. “My years at Noritake have allowed me to enjoy a full and enriching career and I am confident that I am leaving at a time when we have the personnel in place who can lead the company to the next level of growth.”
“On behalf of Noritake, I thank Peter for his leadership and commitment over the past 20 years,” Matthew Mizukuchi, president of Noritake’s U.S. tabletop division, said. “He and his talented team have built an organization that is truly world class and have kept our products front and center in the U.S. marketplace.”
Noritake also announced that Jay Fingert has been appointed senior vice president of sales and marketing, and Michele Evans has been named national sales manager, both effective Oct. 1. Prior to being named, Fingert was vice president of sales and Evans was a national service manager/account executive.