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People 24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY October 1991 Harris appointed president of degree in Finance from Oklahoma international market manager for Exxon Chemical International State University. surface coatings with Scott Bader. James P Harris has been named In Europe, Du Pont Chemicals has He joined Borden in June 1988. president of Exxon Chemical Inter­ announced the appointment of David national, Inc., the Brussels-based Young, formerly sales manager, Du Spectral boosts customer service organisation responsible for co­ Pont UK Ltd., as market manager, teams ordinating Exxon's chemical interests White Pigments — Europe, Middle Spectral Technology group chairman in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and Africa. David Bridger has announced moves East. He succeeds John E Akitt, who Emmanuel Gray returns from an to strengthen the leading print drying served in this position for the past assignment wit h Du Pont Chemicals specialist's customer services teams five years. Mr Akitt, as Basic in response to recent marketing in the U.S., and is appointed Coatings Chemicals president, is relocating to initiatives. Industry manager—Europe with Du Exxon Chemical headquarters in Pont International S.A., Geneva. David Pelling, who has several Houston, Texas. years of senior sales experience James is a native of Vinton, Borden continues to strengthen within the Group, is appointed as Virginia and a chemical engineering UK base Spectral's UK field sales manager, graduate of Georgia Institute of freeing group sales director Adrian Lester J. Bowman, previously divi­ Technology. He obtained his master's Lockwood to spend more of his time sional business director of Borden degree in business administration at (UK) Limited, Southampton, has been on the developing export business. the Wharton School of the University appointed managing director of the Barrie Cowley, previously wit h the of Pennsylvania. company in succession to Paul group's screen division, now re­ He joined the Exxon organisation Papillo who was based in Paris, joins Spectral as field sales executive. in 1971 at the company's plant in France, and is returning to the USA. David Johnson has been promoted Baytown, Texas, where he held a The appointment gives Bowman a from his previous position withi n the number of engineering and supervi­ direct reporting line to Borden's sales administration department to sory positions. In 1980, after a three corporate headquarters in Columbus, become service administration year assignment in sales manage­ Ohio, USA. manager. ment, he was appointed to several The promotion follows a £1.2 Meanwhile, at Primarc, the Group's increasingly responsible positions in million investment in July this year U.V. lamp manufacturing subsidiary, polymers technology. He came to covering new facilities at the com­ Steve Haines is added to the field Brussels, Belgium in 1984 and pany's UK resin production plant, sales operation to complete the managed the Polymers group's Peterlee, Co. Durham, and is indica­ company's customer services team. packaging sector for Europe. He tive of the parent's strengthening of According to David Bridger, the then returned to the US as general its European base in the light of the moves follow increased demands manager, polypropylene. In 1988 he single market at the end of 1992. from all aspects of the printing became TechPolymersvide-president A graduate in applied chemistry, industry for access to Spectral's at the company's headquarters. Two Lester Bowman, 39, was formerly range of expertise. years later he was nominated world­ wid e vice-president for Exxon Meetings Over three days (18th-20th Chemical's Intermediates division, Continued from page 19 November, 1991), the conference the position he held prior to his will feature technological papers the symposium wil l consist of twelve present appointment. demonstrating some of the more papers from the major European recent developments in the West raw materials, equipment, paper and in Eastern Europe with , in some Du Pont: white pigment and printing companies. These will appointments in US and Europe cases, a comparison of the state of be grouped into three sessions, Dennis H. Reilley has been named the art. A n important session will be covering Raw Materials; The Printing vice president and general manager devoted to trade prospects which Process (including In-Line Coating) will include short contributions from — White Pigment and Mineral together wit h factors which influence speakers from industry and organisa­ Products, Du Pont Chemicals, Wil­ its quality; and the Disposal of tions concerned. The Paint Research mington, Delaware. He succeeds Printed Matter and Waste Materials. Association believes that "It is Charles N. Masten, who is retiring Also taking place alongside Resins after 40 years of service with the imperative that industry in the West & Pigments '91 will be the Paint company. should be in a position to anticipate Research Association's eleventh probable developments". Currently director of Du Pont's international conference. Entitled titanium dioxide (TiO ) operations, 'Developments and Opportunities in Resins & Pigments '91 Exhibition, Reilley transferred to the parent New Technologies in East & West which takes place from the 19th to Europe', this has been put together company from Conoco, a Du Pont 21st November at the Brussels subsidiary, in 1989. Reilley held a to anticipate the major influences Exhibition Centre, has attracted over number of managerial positions with that the increasing freedom and 250 leading international companies. Conoco, including president and privatisation of industry in Eastern FMJ International Publications managing director of Conoco — Europe wil l have on trading patterns Ltd., Queensway House, 2 Queens- Ireland from 1987 to 1989. He in the coatings and raw materials way, Redhill, Surrey RH1 1QS, industries over the next few years. joined Conoco in 1974 and has a England. 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24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY October 1991 Harris appointed president of degree in Finance from Oklahoma international market manager for Exxon Chemical International State University. surface coatings with Scott Bader. James P Harris has been named In Europe, Du Pont Chemicals has He joined Borden in June 1988. president of Exxon Chemical Inter­ announced the appointment of David national, Inc., the Brussels-based Young, formerly sales manager, Du Spectral boosts customer service organisation responsible for co­ Pont UK Ltd., as market manager, teams ordinating Exxon's chemical interests White Pigments — Europe, Middle Spectral Technology group chairman in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and Africa. David Bridger has announced moves East. He succeeds John E Akitt, who Emmanuel Gray returns from an to strengthen the leading print drying served in this position for the past assignment wit h Du Pont Chemicals specialist's customer services teams five years. Mr Akitt, as Basic in response to recent marketing in the U.S., and is appointed Coatings Chemicals president, is relocating to initiatives. Industry manager—Europe with Du Exxon Chemical headquarters in Pont International S.A., Geneva. David Pelling, who has several Houston, Texas. years of senior sales experience James is a native of Vinton, Borden continues to strengthen within the Group, is appointed as Virginia and a chemical engineering UK base Spectral's UK field sales manager, graduate of Georgia Institute of freeing group sales director Adrian Lester J. Bowman, previously divi­ Technology. He obtained his master's Lockwood to spend more of his time sional business director of Borden degree in business administration at (UK) Limited, Southampton, has been on the developing export business. the Wharton School of the University appointed managing director of the Barrie Cowley, previously wit h the of Pennsylvania. company in succession to Paul group's screen division, now re­ He joined the Exxon organisation Papillo who was based in Paris, joins Spectral as field sales executive. in 1971 at the company's plant in France, and is returning to the USA. David Johnson has been promoted Baytown, Texas, where he held a The appointment gives Bowman a from his previous position withi n the number of engineering and supervi­ direct reporting line to Borden's sales administration department to sory positions. In 1980, after a three corporate headquarters in Columbus, become service administration year assignment in sales manage­ Ohio, USA. manager. ment, he was appointed to several The promotion follows a £1.2 Meanwhile, at Primarc, the Group's increasingly responsible positions in million investment in July this year U.V. lamp manufacturing subsidiary, polymers technology. He came to covering new facilities at the com­ Steve Haines is added to the field Brussels, Belgium in 1984 and pany's UK resin production plant, sales operation to complete the managed the Polymers group's Peterlee, Co. Durham, and is indica­ company's customer services team. packaging sector for Europe. He tive of the parent's strengthening of According to David Bridger, the then returned to the US as general its European base in the light of the moves follow increased demands manager, polypropylene. In 1988 he single market at the end of 1992. from all aspects of the printing became TechPolymersvide-president A graduate in applied chemistry, industry for access to Spectral's at the company's headquarters. Two Lester Bowman, 39, was formerly range of expertise. years later he was nominated world­ wid e vice-president for Exxon Meetings Over three days (18th-20th Chemical's Intermediates division, Continued from page 19 November, 1991), the conference the position he held prior to his will feature technological papers the symposium wil l consist of twelve present appointment. demonstrating some of the more papers from the major European recent developments in the West raw materials, equipment, paper and in Eastern Europe with , in some Du Pont: white pigment and printing companies. These will appointments in US and Europe cases, a comparison of the state of be grouped into three sessions, Dennis H. Reilley has been named the art. A n important session will be covering Raw Materials; The Printing vice president and general manager devoted to trade prospects which Process (including In-Line Coating) will include short contributions from — White Pigment and Mineral together wit h factors which influence speakers from industry and organisa­ Products, Du Pont Chemicals, Wil­ its quality; and the Disposal of tions concerned. The Paint Research mington, Delaware. He succeeds Printed Matter and Waste Materials. Association believes that "It is Charles N. Masten, who is retiring Also taking place alongside Resins after 40 years of service with the imperative that industry in the West & Pigments '91 will be the Paint company. should be in a position to anticipate Research Association's eleventh probable developments". Currently director of Du Pont's international conference. Entitled titanium dioxide (TiO ) operations, 'Developments and Opportunities in Resins & Pigments '91 Exhibition, Reilley transferred to the parent New Technologies in East & West which takes place from the 19th to Europe', this has been put together company from Conoco, a Du Pont 21st November at the Brussels subsidiary, in 1989. Reilley held a to anticipate the major influences Exhibition Centre, has attracted over number of managerial positions with that the increasing freedom and 250 leading international companies. Conoco, including president and privatisation of industry in Eastern FMJ International Publications managing director of Conoco — Europe wil l have on trading patterns Ltd., Queensway House, 2 Queens- Ireland from 1987 to 1989. He in the coatings and raw materials way, Redhill, Surrey RH1 1QS, industries over the next few years. joined Conoco in 1974 and has a England. Tel: 0737 768611.

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