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People 24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY December 1991 European director for D u PontTiO European finance director for Ellis Henri Irrthum , Du Pont de Nemours & Everard Chemicals International S.A., Geneva, has been Archi e Fyfe has joined international named director of titanium dioxide chemicals marketing an d distribution (TiO ) operation s for D u Pont's Whit e group Ellis and Everard as European Pigments an d Mineral Products busi­ finance director. He was formerly nesses wit h E.I. d u Pont de Nemours business development manager for and Company, Wilmington , Delaware, Su n Valley Poultry, responsible for U.S A He succeeds Dennis H. Reilley, ne w projects and acquisitions. wh o wa s recently promoted to vice His appointment follows the president and general manager — chemica l group's acquisition of Whit e Pigment and Minera l Products. Preymer S A in Barcelona and A native of Luxembourg and a increasing activity in Ireland where chemical engineering graduate of Ellis an d Everard have develope d th e the University of Liege, Belgium , Mr. country' s first national chemical Irrthu m joine d Du Pont de Nemours distribution network. (Luxembourg) S.A. in 1971 . Following M r Fyfe, wh o is a member of the a number of assignments with Institute of Chartered Accounts of Photoproducts in Luxembourg, he Scotland, will be based at group moved to Du Pont Polymers in 1975 headquarters in Bradford but will wit h subsequent assignments in th e initially spend much of his time in United States and France before Ireland and Spain. transferring to Du Pont de Nemours present changes as a tim e of great International S.A., Geneva, in 1982. opportunity for business in these He wa s appointed director of infor­ areas. Sales developmenter manager for mation Storage and High Perform­ Joh n Burden will look for new Bonder UK ance Films wit h Du Pont International opportunities to offer his experience Chris Bates has been appointed S.A., in 1987. in international marketing to forward sale s development manager for looking companies seeking to gain Bonder UK, the metal pretreatment benefit fro m major changes in political specialists division of Cetema Ltd. Dr John Burden and economic circumstances. His past experience includes 16 Dr. John Peter Burden is leaving years in several technical posts wit h Cray Valley, a member of the Total anothe r major UK pretreatment Cookson Pigments appoints Group of companies, on November supplier. European sales director 30t h 1991 after twenty four years service with Cray Valley Products Cookson Pigments announced the His responsibilities at Bonder UK Ltd and latterly Cray Valley Group appointment of Brian M. Quinn as wil l be wit h the development of the Total. marketin g director-Europe. "His market for architectural metal finish ­ major responsibilities will be to ing and also the pipeline industry, Joinin g C.V.P. Ltd. in 1967 as establish, train and support a distri­ particlarly pretreatment for fusion commercial manager, Joh n Burden bution network to the European bonded epoxy coatings. progresse d through commercial Community, " said David E. Waldron , director to assistant managing direc­ Chris, wh o holds a BSc, has been vice president of sales and marketing tor of C.V.P. For the last three years a very active member of th e Institute at Cookson Pigments. he has served as international of Corrosion and is currently chair­ ma n of its Technical Activities marketing director. Brian Quinn comes to Cookson Pigments after 18 years sales and Committee. He is also a member of He has worked at the centre of marketing management experience th e Pipeline Industry's Guild, the C.V.P. fro m the outset and has been wit h Inmont and BASF. "His back­ America n National Association of intimately associated wit h the suc­ ground and experience made Mr. Corrosion Engineers (NACE) an d th e cessful growth of the company. Quin n an excellent choice for Steel Structures Painting Council of In 1967 C.V.P. had one factory and USA. Cookson Pigments," said president, the majority of its sales in the U.K. Ed Schober. "This time is perfect to Chris Bates is also on a numbe r of Today Cray Valley Group Total has take advantage of Cookson's new BSI Committees, such as SCR/-4 factories throughout Europe, USA $1 5 million investment in the pro­ an d he also co-ordinates UK input to and bases in India and Africa . Sales duction of Quinacridone, Perylene have increased twenty fold and the CEN TC262 Committee, which is and Anthraquinone Red Pigments." majority are now outside U.K. John concerned with the protection of metallic materials against corrosion. Burden has played a major role in Mr. Quinn will organise the new Being very heavily involved in speci­ muc h of th e expansion of C.V.P. over sales group from the UK with an fication document writing, Chris this period. He has travelled exten­ office in Oxford. The opportunities says: " I particularly believe i n British sively in Europe, Far East & Africa. for pigment colour sales in the new industry getting involved in European For the last twenty years he has European business community are developed strong relationships with standards, because it will be for outstanding. 'This is wher e w e will British Industry's own benefit". E. Europe, S. 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Pigment & Resin Technology , Volume 20 (12): 1 – Dec 1, 1991

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24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY December 1991 European director for D u PontTiO European finance director for Ellis Henri Irrthum , Du Pont de Nemours & Everard Chemicals International S.A., Geneva, has been Archi e Fyfe has joined international named director of titanium dioxide chemicals marketing an d distribution (TiO ) operation s for D u Pont's Whit e group Ellis and Everard as European Pigments an d Mineral Products busi­ finance director. He was formerly nesses wit h E.I. d u Pont de Nemours business development manager for and Company, Wilmington , Delaware, Su n Valley Poultry, responsible for U.S A He succeeds Dennis H. Reilley, ne w projects and acquisitions. wh o wa s recently promoted to vice His appointment follows the president and general manager — chemica l group's acquisition of Whit e Pigment and Minera l Products. Preymer S A in Barcelona and A native of Luxembourg and a increasing activity in Ireland where chemical engineering graduate of Ellis an d Everard have develope d th e the University of Liege, Belgium , Mr. country' s first national chemical Irrthu m joine d Du Pont de Nemours distribution network. (Luxembourg) S.A. in 1971 . Following M r Fyfe, wh o is a member of the a number of assignments with Institute of Chartered Accounts of Photoproducts in Luxembourg, he Scotland, will be based at group moved to Du Pont Polymers in 1975 headquarters in Bradford but will wit h subsequent assignments in th e initially spend much of his time in United States and France before Ireland and Spain. transferring to Du Pont de Nemours present changes as a tim e of great International S.A., Geneva, in 1982. opportunity for business in these He wa s appointed director of infor­ areas. Sales developmenter manager for mation Storage and High Perform­ Joh n Burden will look for new Bonder UK ance Films wit h Du Pont International opportunities to offer his experience Chris Bates has been appointed S.A., in 1987. in international marketing to forward sale s development manager for looking companies seeking to gain Bonder UK, the metal pretreatment benefit fro m major changes in political specialists division of Cetema Ltd. Dr John Burden and economic circumstances. His past experience includes 16 Dr. John Peter Burden is leaving years in several technical posts wit h Cray Valley, a member of the Total anothe r major UK pretreatment Cookson Pigments appoints Group of companies, on November supplier. European sales director 30t h 1991 after twenty four years service with Cray Valley Products Cookson Pigments announced the His responsibilities at Bonder UK Ltd and latterly Cray Valley Group appointment of Brian M. Quinn as wil l be wit h the development of the Total. marketin g director-Europe. "His market for architectural metal finish ­ major responsibilities will be to ing and also the pipeline industry, Joinin g C.V.P. Ltd. in 1967 as establish, train and support a distri­ particlarly pretreatment for fusion commercial manager, Joh n Burden bution network to the European bonded epoxy coatings. progresse d through commercial Community, " said David E. Waldron , director to assistant managing direc­ Chris, wh o holds a BSc, has been vice president of sales and marketing tor of C.V.P. For the last three years a very active member of th e Institute at Cookson Pigments. he has served as international of Corrosion and is currently chair­ ma n of its Technical Activities marketing director. Brian Quinn comes to Cookson Pigments after 18 years sales and Committee. He is also a member of He has worked at the centre of marketing management experience th e Pipeline Industry's Guild, the C.V.P. fro m the outset and has been wit h Inmont and BASF. "His back­ America n National Association of intimately associated wit h the suc­ ground and experience made Mr. Corrosion Engineers (NACE) an d th e cessful growth of the company. Quin n an excellent choice for Steel Structures Painting Council of In 1967 C.V.P. had one factory and USA. Cookson Pigments," said president, the majority of its sales in the U.K. Ed Schober. "This time is perfect to Chris Bates is also on a numbe r of Today Cray Valley Group Total has take advantage of Cookson's new BSI Committees, such as SCR/-4 factories throughout Europe, USA $1 5 million investment in the pro­ an d he also co-ordinates UK input to and bases in India and Africa . Sales duction of Quinacridone, Perylene have increased twenty fold and the CEN TC262 Committee, which is and Anthraquinone Red Pigments." majority are now outside U.K. John concerned with the protection of metallic materials against corrosion. Burden has played a major role in Mr. Quinn will organise the new Being very heavily involved in speci­ muc h of th e expansion of C.V.P. over sales group from the UK with an fication document writing, Chris this period. He has travelled exten­ office in Oxford. The opportunities says: " I particularly believe i n British sively in Europe, Far East & Africa. for pigment colour sales in the new industry getting involved in European For the last twenty years he has European business community are developed strong relationships with standards, because it will be for outstanding. 'This is wher e w e will British Industry's own benefit". E. Europe, S. Africa and views the put our full efforts," said Mr. Quinn.

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