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People November/December 1993 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY 33 MD for Rohm and Haas expanded continuously since its A new managing director for formation in 1986. In March, ICL Rohm and Haas (UK) Ltd. has officially opened its new 2,500 m2 been appointed to succeed Dr. manufacturing plant and research Michael Fitzpatrick, who has been laboratory , and last month elected a vice president of the announced significant advances Philadelphia-base d Rohm and in the development of high-per­ Haas Company and named as its formance, epoxy modified cemen- new director of research. titious repair mortars. Stephen J. Rauscher takes over Dr. Daniels will retain responsi­ fro m Dr. Fitzpatrick following a bility for the company's research two-year assignment heading the programm e which includes the transitio n management team development and production of whic h successfully piloted the individually tailored, low-hazard Rohm and Haas acquisition of present press campaign. resins for clients in the paint, Unocal Polymers. He was previ­ sealant , cement and adhesive Nathan Neal states: "The con­ ously business manager respon­ industries. tinue d success of such a large sible for construction products in organisatio n relies heavily on Speakin g from ICI's new North America. respondin g to its customers premises, he said, "I am obvi­ A Philadelphian, Mr. Rauscher needs and if necessary devel­ ously very pleased to accept this graduated in chemistry from the oping new solutions". position and I am confident that city' s La Salle University and w e will go from strength to joined Rohm and Haas in 1973. strength. We have an excellent team and it is upon their experi­ Throughou t his 20 years with Fred Schwab, of CRGI, receives ence and commitment that we the company he has held posi­ FSCT's 1993 Heckel Award have built, and continue to build tions of increasing responsibility, The Federation of Societies for our success." firs t in technical services and Coatings Technology (USA) is operations and later in manufac­ pleased to announce that Fred G. turing - where he filled a number Schwab , executive director of of key roles, ultimately as man­ Coatings Research Group, Inc., Primarc appoint director and gen­ ager of the company's Philadel­ Cleveland, OH, is the recipient of eral manager phia plant. th e association's prestigious Donald Bell, Spectral Technology George Baugh Heckel Award for In addition to his responsibilities Group' s Chief Executive, has for the entire UK operations of announced the promotion of Keith Rohm and Haas, Mr. Rauscher will Mr. Schwab, a 35-year member Baldwin to director and general also take over as director of the of the Cleveland Society for Coat­ manager at Primarc, the group's Europea n Polymers & Resins ings Technology and the FSCT, highly profitable lamp division. Business Unit. received the award at the Opening Keith Baldwin started at Primarc Sessio n of the Federation's in July 1983 as a quartz technician Annual Meeting and Paint Indus­ movin g through the ranks to tries' Show, at the Georgia World Marketing manager for Sheen become production manager in Congres s Center, in Atlanta, Sheen Instruments of Teddington 1985, a post he held until his pro­ October 27. has appointed Nathan Neal to the motio n to general manager in newly created position of mar­ January 1992. The Heckel Award, FSCrs highest keting manager. After gaining an honour, recognises Mr. Schwab's honours degree and doing one outstanding contributions to the year's post graduate research, he Federation's interest and prestige. Wolstenholme International Hong joined a specialist supplier to the Established in 1951, the Award is Kong appointment finishing industry. During the past in memory of the Federation's ini­ Wolstenholm e International, a 4 years he has travelled exten­ tial Chairman and Secretary. leadin g supplier of speciality sively across Europe and the Far products including metallic inks East. and pigments to the international Working for Sheen, emphasis is printin g ink industry has ICL appoints joint managing placed on their ISO 9002 accredi­ director appointe d Mr. Don Francis as tation . This is seen as a major Industrial Copolymers Ltd., the technical services co-ordinator to its new Hong Kong office. In his benefi t to their thousands of Preston-based manufacturer of ne w role, Mr. Francis will be world-wide customers. With the specialist resins and polymers has instrument range extending from responsible for providing both announced the appointment of Dr. flo w cups to automatic panel technical and marketing support Len. J . Daniels as joint managing sprayers the correct marketing in one of Wolstenholme Interna­ director. approach is vital. Sheen will be Dr. Daniels previously held the tional's fastest growing markets. exhibiting around the world at all position of technical director and Don joined the company 5 years of the major forthcoming exhibi­ has been instrumental in the suc­ ago from a background in ink and tions as well as continuing their cess of the company, which has pigment manufacturing. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pigment & Resin Technology Emerald Publishing

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November/December 1993 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY 33 MD for Rohm and Haas expanded continuously since its A new managing director for formation in 1986. In March, ICL Rohm and Haas (UK) Ltd. has officially opened its new 2,500 m2 been appointed to succeed Dr. manufacturing plant and research Michael Fitzpatrick, who has been laboratory , and last month elected a vice president of the announced significant advances Philadelphia-base d Rohm and in the development of high-per­ Haas Company and named as its formance, epoxy modified cemen- new director of research. titious repair mortars. Stephen J. Rauscher takes over Dr. Daniels will retain responsi­ fro m Dr. Fitzpatrick following a bility for the company's research two-year assignment heading the programm e which includes the transitio n management team development and production of whic h successfully piloted the individually tailored, low-hazard Rohm and Haas acquisition of present press campaign. resins for clients in the paint, Unocal Polymers. He was previ­ sealant , cement and adhesive Nathan Neal states: "The con­ ously business manager respon­ industries. tinue d success of such a large sible for construction products in organisatio n relies heavily on Speakin g from ICI's new North America. respondin g to its customers premises, he said, "I am obvi­ A Philadelphian, Mr. Rauscher needs and if necessary devel­ ously very pleased to accept this graduated in chemistry from the oping new solutions". position and I am confident that city' s La Salle University and w e will go from strength to joined Rohm and Haas in 1973. strength. We have an excellent team and it is upon their experi­ Throughou t his 20 years with Fred Schwab, of CRGI, receives ence and commitment that we the company he has held posi­ FSCT's 1993 Heckel Award have built, and continue to build tions of increasing responsibility, The Federation of Societies for our success." firs t in technical services and Coatings Technology (USA) is operations and later in manufac­ pleased to announce that Fred G. turing - where he filled a number Schwab , executive director of of key roles, ultimately as man­ Coatings Research Group, Inc., Primarc appoint director and gen­ ager of the company's Philadel­ Cleveland, OH, is the recipient of eral manager phia plant. th e association's prestigious Donald Bell, Spectral Technology George Baugh Heckel Award for In addition to his responsibilities Group' s Chief Executive, has for the entire UK operations of announced the promotion of Keith Rohm and Haas, Mr. Rauscher will Mr. Schwab, a 35-year member Baldwin to director and general also take over as director of the of the Cleveland Society for Coat­ manager at Primarc, the group's Europea n Polymers & Resins ings Technology and the FSCT, highly profitable lamp division. Business Unit. received the award at the Opening Keith Baldwin started at Primarc Sessio n of the Federation's in July 1983 as a quartz technician Annual Meeting and Paint Indus­ movin g through the ranks to tries' Show, at the Georgia World Marketing manager for Sheen become production manager in Congres s Center, in Atlanta, Sheen Instruments of Teddington 1985, a post he held until his pro­ October 27. has appointed Nathan Neal to the motio n to general manager in newly created position of mar­ January 1992. The Heckel Award, FSCrs highest keting manager. After gaining an honour, recognises Mr. Schwab's honours degree and doing one outstanding contributions to the year's post graduate research, he Federation's interest and prestige. Wolstenholme International Hong joined a specialist supplier to the Established in 1951, the Award is Kong appointment finishing industry. During the past in memory of the Federation's ini­ Wolstenholm e International, a 4 years he has travelled exten­ tial Chairman and Secretary. leadin g supplier of speciality sively across Europe and the Far products including metallic inks East. and pigments to the international Working for Sheen, emphasis is printin g ink industry has ICL appoints joint managing placed on their ISO 9002 accredi­ director appointe d Mr. Don Francis as tation . This is seen as a major Industrial Copolymers Ltd., the technical services co-ordinator to its new Hong Kong office. In his benefi t to their thousands of Preston-based manufacturer of ne w role, Mr. Francis will be world-wide customers. With the specialist resins and polymers has instrument range extending from responsible for providing both announced the appointment of Dr. flo w cups to automatic panel technical and marketing support Len. J . Daniels as joint managing sprayers the correct marketing in one of Wolstenholme Interna­ director. approach is vital. Sheen will be Dr. Daniels previously held the tional's fastest growing markets. exhibiting around the world at all position of technical director and Don joined the company 5 years of the major forthcoming exhibi­ has been instrumental in the suc­ ago from a background in ink and tions as well as continuing their cess of the company, which has pigment manufacturing.

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