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Craig Nickell is currently serving as CEO and President of the Marco Company, a diversified designer and manufacturer of displays and fixtures for the grocery and supermarket industry. Before joining the Marco Company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing in 2001, Craig was President of Super Sack Bag, Inc. S.S.B.I. is a leading manufacturer and reconditioner of flexible intermediate bulk packaging and its associated fill, discharge, and handling equipment. He is a regular presenter at retail conferences on trends in retail decor and fixturing.
He served as President of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, Texoma Chapter from 1988-1990.
From 1991-1994, he was certified as a Quality Engineer by the American Society for Quality Control and from 1992-1995 was certified as a Quality Auditor. In 1995, he became Director of Product Development and in 1996, Vice President of Engineering. From 1996-1998, he served as a board member and President of the Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association. He holds over thirty patents for bulk packaging.
Craig graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Sciences. He and his wife Mary have three kids in high school. Craig is a deacon at First Baptist Church in Aledo, Texas.