Nash takes over CEO role from Roth at Spiral Binding

By Emily Bader
Totowa | Jul 21, 2020 at 10:35 am

Spiral Binding, a Totowa-based manufacturer and distributor of print finishing, graphic arts and presentation products and services, announced on Tuesday that Douglas Nash is taking over the role of CEO from Robert Roth, who is retiring.

Roth, an owner of the company and a 50-year veteran of Spiral, will remain as chairman of the board, driving business development.

“Transitioning into retirement has been a goal of mine over the last several years,” Roth said. “The decision to step down as CEO seemed like a natural progression,” Roth said. “The board and I have every confidence Doug is the right person to lead Spiral Binding. He is a seasoned, world-class leader with a remarkably clear vision for the company and well-formed strategies for growth and infrastructure fortification. I think we did a great job selecting him and it has been awesome to witness his commitment to our customers, vendors and employees.”

Nash previously served as president since September 2018.

“I am honored to follow in the very large footsteps of Rob Roth and I’m energized by the opportunity to lead Spiral’s incredible team and portfolio of products and companies,” said Spiral Binding’s newly appointed CEO Douglas Nash. “Rob has all of our best wishes for a well-earned retirement. After 50 years of commitment and service he and the Roth family leave a tremendous legacy that will be felt for decades to come.”

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | @emilybader