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People September 1990 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY 25 Management moves Bob Wilso n named to EXXON Steven J Curtis has been appointed Chemical' s executive committee general manager for Ellis + Everard Robin (Bob) Wilso n has been named Chemicals South East region taking vice president. Technology nd Cor­ in London, Wellingborough and porat e Development for Exxon Stowmarket branches. Chemical Company, succeeding Dr. He joined the company as a Norman H. Hochgraf. In thi s position, representative at Stowmarke t seven Bob Wilso n wil l be a member of the Exxon Chemical executive committee. years ago, becoming branch manager in 1984 and London branch manager Joh n Taylor replaces Bob Wilson tw o years later. in his position of Exxon Chemical M r Curtis holds an Institute of vice president Polymers International, Industrial Management Diploma. He based in Brussels, Belgium. Mr. lives in Chelmsford and is a life Taylor, born at Kingswood, England, member of Coplestonians Football is a chemical engineering graduate Club, Ipswich. of th e University College of Swansea. Taking over as London branch Volker Langhoff follows Mr . Taylor manager is David Jones who was as vice president marketing polymers, previousl y branch manager at also based i n Brussels, Belgium . Mr. Stowmarket. Langhoff is a native of Danzig, Trevor Ross has been appointed Germany and holds a Master's in Depo t Manager by chemical chemical engineering from the Uni­ marketing an d distributio n company, versity of Aachen. Ellis + Everard Chemicals, with Association since 1971 . Croda Resins welcomes sales to responsibility for East Anglia . He is Over this period, M r Penrice has based at the Stowmarket branch, sales been chairman of the Midlands one of a network of 15 distribution Section (1978-1980) ; member of the Croda Resins has appointed Wendy centres throughout the UK. council since 1982 and chairma n of Sales (24) as a technical represent­ M r Ross wa s previously an areas the Open Tech and Training Com­ ative, responsible for sales of special­ ity resins for paint, ink and other sales representative for London and mittees since 1984. He was pre­ surface coatings, in the South of Kent. He has been wit h th e company sented wit h th e Service Medal Awar d for meritorious service to the paint England, France and Benelux. for five years. industry earlier this year. Wend y holds a BSc Combined General Manager from Commenting upon his appoint­ Honours Degree in Chemistry and Macpherson Industrial Coatings ment, Mr Penrice said, "British Biochemistry, and is fluen t in French. SID DeMain has been appointed During her Degree cours e she spent paintmakers face a great challenge general manager of Macpherson one year in the formulation depart­ in th e years ahead—a n increasingly Industrial Coatings — Leyton with ment of a n America n Pharmaceutical competitive market; the prospect of complete responsibility for all opera­ furthe r national and EC legislation company and has subsequently tional functions. and an increased awareness of travelled extensively in Europe, environmental, health and safety Austria , Sout h East Angli a and India. M r DeMain has extensive know­ ledge of the paint industry with issues. We will also address the Sales director for Beckers Industrial considerable experience in technical, challenge of training for national production, sales and general man­ standards of competence." Coatings agement positions. M r Penrice has extensive back­ Becke r Industrial Coatings has This blend of skils wil l help Mac­ ground experience in the industry, announced th e appointment of Geoff pherson maintain and extend their gained over many years. From his Andrew , as sales director, General position as leading suppliers of apprenticeship at Arthur Holden & Industrial Coatings, working from industrial finishes for metal and Sons, he co-founded Newtown In­ th e company's Speke plant on plastic substrates. dustrial Paints of Birmingham in Merseyside. He succeeds Peter Leech, who 1962 . More recently the firm has Geoff has been promoted from moves to Macpherson's Haverhill moved to Tamworth, where it now national sales manager to sales employs 3 0 people and has recently plant to take up the demanding role director, General Industrial Products, been accredited with the BS 5750 of general manager with complete wit h responsibility for co-ordinating Part 2. responsibilit y for Macphersons' hi s divisions sales operations woodfinishing, mirror backing and M r Penrice is also a member of throughout the UK consolidating specialist coating operations. the Oil and Colour Chemists As­ existing business and exploring new Paintmakers Association appoints sociation an d forme r president of the opportunities as they arise. ne w president Birmingha m Paint, Varnish & Geoff has been wit h Becker com­ Lacque r Club, (1969-1970) and panies for most of his working The Paintmakers Association of Great (1989-1990 ) — itself a member of career and was presented wit h his Britain has appointed Mr David the Federation of Societies for Coating "25-years" , Long Service Awar d as Penrice as its new President Mr Technology. long ago as 1972. Penrice has been a member of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pigment & Resin Technology Emerald Publishing

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Pigment & Resin Technology , Volume 19 (9): 1 – Sep 1, 1990

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September 1990 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY 25 Management moves Bob Wilso n named to EXXON Steven J Curtis has been appointed Chemical' s executive committee general manager for Ellis + Everard Robin (Bob) Wilso n has been named Chemicals South East region taking vice president. Technology nd Cor­ in London, Wellingborough and porat e Development for Exxon Stowmarket branches. Chemical Company, succeeding Dr. He joined the company as a Norman H. Hochgraf. In thi s position, representative at Stowmarke t seven Bob Wilso n wil l be a member of the Exxon Chemical executive committee. years ago, becoming branch manager in 1984 and London branch manager Joh n Taylor replaces Bob Wilson tw o years later. in his position of Exxon Chemical M r Curtis holds an Institute of vice president Polymers International, Industrial Management Diploma. He based in Brussels, Belgium. Mr. lives in Chelmsford and is a life Taylor, born at Kingswood, England, member of Coplestonians Football is a chemical engineering graduate Club, Ipswich. of th e University College of Swansea. Taking over as London branch Volker Langhoff follows Mr . Taylor manager is David Jones who was as vice president marketing polymers, previousl y branch manager at also based i n Brussels, Belgium . Mr. Stowmarket. Langhoff is a native of Danzig, Trevor Ross has been appointed Germany and holds a Master's in Depo t Manager by chemical chemical engineering from the Uni­ marketing an d distributio n company, versity of Aachen. Ellis + Everard Chemicals, with Association since 1971 . Croda Resins welcomes sales to responsibility for East Anglia . He is Over this period, M r Penrice has based at the Stowmarket branch, sales been chairman of the Midlands one of a network of 15 distribution Section (1978-1980) ; member of the Croda Resins has appointed Wendy centres throughout the UK. council since 1982 and chairma n of Sales (24) as a technical represent­ M r Ross wa s previously an areas the Open Tech and Training Com­ ative, responsible for sales of special­ ity resins for paint, ink and other sales representative for London and mittees since 1984. He was pre­ surface coatings, in the South of Kent. He has been wit h th e company sented wit h th e Service Medal Awar d for meritorious service to the paint England, France and Benelux. for five years. industry earlier this year. Wend y holds a BSc Combined General Manager from Commenting upon his appoint­ Honours Degree in Chemistry and Macpherson Industrial Coatings ment, Mr Penrice said, "British Biochemistry, and is fluen t in French. SID DeMain has been appointed During her Degree cours e she spent paintmakers face a great challenge general manager of Macpherson one year in the formulation depart­ in th e years ahead—a n increasingly Industrial Coatings — Leyton with ment of a n America n Pharmaceutical competitive market; the prospect of complete responsibility for all opera­ furthe r national and EC legislation company and has subsequently tional functions. and an increased awareness of travelled extensively in Europe, environmental, health and safety Austria , Sout h East Angli a and India. M r DeMain has extensive know­ ledge of the paint industry with issues. We will also address the Sales director for Beckers Industrial considerable experience in technical, challenge of training for national production, sales and general man­ standards of competence." Coatings agement positions. M r Penrice has extensive back­ Becke r Industrial Coatings has This blend of skils wil l help Mac­ ground experience in the industry, announced th e appointment of Geoff pherson maintain and extend their gained over many years. From his Andrew , as sales director, General position as leading suppliers of apprenticeship at Arthur Holden & Industrial Coatings, working from industrial finishes for metal and Sons, he co-founded Newtown In­ th e company's Speke plant on plastic substrates. dustrial Paints of Birmingham in Merseyside. He succeeds Peter Leech, who 1962 . More recently the firm has Geoff has been promoted from moves to Macpherson's Haverhill moved to Tamworth, where it now national sales manager to sales employs 3 0 people and has recently plant to take up the demanding role director, General Industrial Products, been accredited with the BS 5750 of general manager with complete wit h responsibility for co-ordinating Part 2. responsibilit y for Macphersons' hi s divisions sales operations woodfinishing, mirror backing and M r Penrice is also a member of throughout the UK consolidating specialist coating operations. the Oil and Colour Chemists As­ existing business and exploring new Paintmakers Association appoints sociation an d forme r president of the opportunities as they arise. ne w president Birmingha m Paint, Varnish & Geoff has been wit h Becker com­ Lacque r Club, (1969-1970) and panies for most of his working The Paintmakers Association of Great (1989-1990 ) — itself a member of career and was presented wit h his Britain has appointed Mr David the Federation of Societies for Coating "25-years" , Long Service Awar d as Penrice as its new President Mr Technology. long ago as 1972. Penrice has been a member of the

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