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PEOPLE Mr. E. A. Duligal, B.SC.(HONS.), national Paints Ltd., a post he has A.R.I.C., A.R.T.C.S., M.INST.M.S.M., for­ held for the past 34 years. merly technical director of Metalife He is recognised as one of the fore­ Corrosion Ltd., has been appointed most authorities on anti-corrosive and managing director of the company, anti-fouling paints and was largely which recently changed its name to instrumental in setting up Inter­ Molecular Metals Ltd. national's biological station at Newton Ferrers, Devon, claimed to be the (chairman), Mr. R. Y. Stevens, Mr. Mr. H. F. Winfield, M.I.M.S.M, largest research station in the world F. E. Tyndall, F.C.C.S., Mr. P. H. has been appointed to the board of confined to the study of anti-fouling Williams, Mr. J. S. Gerrard, and kindred problems. Magnus Chemical Co Ltd. as sole A.M.I.E.E., and Mr. M. Gordon. resident U.K. director. He joined The company is currently engaged Magnus U.K. in 1955 as a representa­ Mr. W. F. Simonson has relin­ on inspection and cathodic protection tive and has progressed via area quished his post of technical officer manager, sales manager and general of the Water-Tube Boilermaker's manager to his present position. Association. He is, however, to con­ Magnus now supply more than 100 tinue in the service of the company in different chemicals for industrial and an advisory capacity. Mr. G. S. production cleaning, as well as special- Horne assumes the position of tech­ nical officer in succession to Mr. Simonson. After completion of 50 years' service Mr. J. A. Dixey retired recently from Associated Chemical Companies (Sales) Ltd. At a farewell cocktail party and luncheon, he was presented contracts in the Middle East, Africa, with a cheque from the directors and the West Indies, Italy and Turkey. a gold watch from colleagues and friends on the staff. At the nineteenth annual general meeting of the Institution of Metal­ lurgists Dr. L. Northcott, C.B.E., purpose plant and equipment, and PH.D., D.SC., F.R.I.C., F.S.M., principal during the next six months an expan­ superintendent, Materials Division, sion programme will double the floor Royal Armament Research and De­ space available. velopment Establishment, Fort Hal- stead, War Office, was elected presi­ Three appointments within the dent of the Institution for the year 1963-64 in succession to Dr. E. G. Wallace & Tiernan Group are an­ West , B.SC., PH.D., F.I.M. nounced. Mr. A. A. H. Murray becomes administrative assistant, Equipment Division, a post newly Mr. John M. Smith, formerly of created to achieve closer co-ordination C. L. Whitaker (Reinforced Plastics) Plastic Coatings Ltd. have appointed between the Sales and Production Ltd., has been appointed general Mr. J. Doe resident Birmingham Divisions. Mr. G. G. Chappell has manager of Fosrite Plastics Ltd. of area manager at a new office at 6 now been made responsible for the Grimsby. Raven Road, Walsall. He will be eastern area, and Mr. C. T. Burton available for on-the-spot technical is to take over London and south­ consultations on all aspects of th e eastern counties, but will continue to company's coating and dip moulding be responsible for the administration activities. of the company's interests in Eire and Northern Ireland. After more than 50 years' service with the company, Mr. S. C. Soward At the annual general meeting of recently relinquished his appointment the British Rubber and Resin Adhesive as an executive director with special Manufacturers' Association held in responsibility for sales. He will, London recently, the following officers however, continue as a member of the were re-elected for 1963-64: Chairman board of directors of Atlas Preservative —Mr. N. G. Bassett Smith (Dunlop Co. Ltd. Rubber Co. Ltd.); vice-chairman— Mr. F. A. Benn has joined William Dr. H. Simon (Evode Ltd.). Mr. A. T. Hodgson, well known Boby & Co. Ltd. to develop and among consulting engineers, electricity expand their business in the field of supply industry personnel, public The following have been appointed municipal and industrial water treat­ authorities and government depart­ to the board of Mapel (Overseas) Ltd. , ment, clarification and filtration. ments throughout the country, recently a wholly owned subsidiary of Metal & retired from the board of Griffiths Pipeline Endurance Ltd.: Mr. W. H. Mr. R. Robinson has retired from Bros. & Co. London Ltd. G . Roach, M.B.E., F.C.G.I., M.I.C.E. the position of chief chemist of Inter­ July 1963 CORROSION TECHNOLOGY 183 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials Emerald Publishing

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Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials , Volume 10 (7): 1 – Jul 1, 1963

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Mr. E. A. Duligal, B.SC.(HONS.), national Paints Ltd., a post he has A.R.I.C., A.R.T.C.S., M.INST.M.S.M., for­ held for the past 34 years. merly technical director of Metalife He is recognised as one of the fore­ Corrosion Ltd., has been appointed most authorities on anti-corrosive and managing director of the company, anti-fouling paints and was largely which recently changed its name to instrumental in setting up Inter­ Molecular Metals Ltd. national's biological station at Newton Ferrers, Devon, claimed to be the (chairman), Mr. R. Y. Stevens, Mr. Mr. H. F. Winfield, M.I.M.S.M, largest research station in the world F. E. Tyndall, F.C.C.S., Mr. P. H. has been appointed to the board of confined to the study of anti-fouling Williams, Mr. J. S. Gerrard, and kindred problems. Magnus Chemical Co Ltd. as sole A.M.I.E.E., and Mr. M. Gordon. resident U.K. director. He joined The company is currently engaged Magnus U.K. in 1955 as a representa­ Mr. W. F. Simonson has relin­ on inspection and cathodic protection tive and has progressed via area quished his post of technical officer manager, sales manager and general of the Water-Tube Boilermaker's manager to his present position. Association. He is, however, to con­ Magnus now supply more than 100 tinue in the service of the company in different chemicals for industrial and an advisory capacity. Mr. G. S. production cleaning, as well as special- Horne assumes the position of tech­ nical officer in succession to Mr. Simonson. After completion of 50 years' service Mr. J. A. Dixey retired recently from Associated Chemical Companies (Sales) Ltd. At a farewell cocktail party and luncheon, he was presented contracts in the Middle East, Africa, with a cheque from the directors and the West Indies, Italy and Turkey. a gold watch from colleagues and friends on the staff. At the nineteenth annual general meeting of the Institution of Metal­ lurgists Dr. L. Northcott, C.B.E., purpose plant and equipment, and PH.D., D.SC., F.R.I.C., F.S.M., principal during the next six months an expan­ superintendent, Materials Division, sion programme will double the floor Royal Armament Research and De­ space available. velopment Establishment, Fort Hal- stead, War Office, was elected presi­ Three appointments within the dent of the Institution for the year 1963-64 in succession to Dr. E. G. Wallace & Tiernan Group are an­ West , B.SC., PH.D., F.I.M. nounced. Mr. A. A. H. Murray becomes administrative assistant, Equipment Division, a post newly Mr. John M. Smith, formerly of created to achieve closer co-ordination C. L. Whitaker (Reinforced Plastics) Plastic Coatings Ltd. have appointed between the Sales and Production Ltd., has been appointed general Mr. J. Doe resident Birmingham Divisions. Mr. G. G. Chappell has manager of Fosrite Plastics Ltd. of area manager at a new office at 6 now been made responsible for the Grimsby. Raven Road, Walsall. He will be eastern area, and Mr. C. T. Burton available for on-the-spot technical is to take over London and south­ consultations on all aspects of th e eastern counties, but will continue to company's coating and dip moulding be responsible for the administration activities. of the company's interests in Eire and Northern Ireland. After more than 50 years' service with the company, Mr. S. C. Soward At the annual general meeting of recently relinquished his appointment the British Rubber and Resin Adhesive as an executive director with special Manufacturers' Association held in responsibility for sales. He will, London recently, the following officers however, continue as a member of the were re-elected for 1963-64: Chairman board of directors of Atlas Preservative —Mr. N. G. Bassett Smith (Dunlop Co. Ltd. Rubber Co. Ltd.); vice-chairman— Mr. F. A. Benn has joined William Dr. H. Simon (Evode Ltd.). Mr. A. T. Hodgson, well known Boby & Co. Ltd. to develop and among consulting engineers, electricity expand their business in the field of supply industry personnel, public The following have been appointed municipal and industrial water treat­ authorities and government depart­ to the board of Mapel (Overseas) Ltd. , ment, clarification and filtration. ments throughout the country, recently a wholly owned subsidiary of Metal & retired from the board of Griffiths Pipeline Endurance Ltd.: Mr. W. H. Mr. R. Robinson has retired from Bros. & Co. London Ltd. G . Roach, M.B.E., F.C.G.I., M.I.C.E. the position of chief chemist of Inter­ July 1963 CORROSION TECHNOLOGY 183

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Anti-Corrosion Methods and MaterialsEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 1963

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