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CHROMAFLO TECHNOLOGIES CORP. — The supplier of advanced colorants and chemical dispersions in Ashtabula, Ohio, named Ben Arnold market development manager and Holger Spieckermann managing director of Chromaflow Technologies Europe in Maastricht, Netherlands.

CONAIR GROUP — The downstream extrusion equipment manufacturer in the Pittsburgh suburb of Cranberry Township named Raymond Kelly conveying product manager and Chris Weinrich general manager of downstream extrusion.

DAVIS-STANDARD LLC — The extrusion systems manufacturer in Pawcatuck, Conn., named Mark Wodrich district sales manager for blown film and Carlos Flores global vice president of marketing.

FIBERON — The PVC and composite decking maker in New London, N.C., named Greg Reed regional sales manager.

FLAMBEAU INC. — The injection and blow molder in Baraboo, Wis., named Mike Glynn business development director for its medical markets group.

FORMAX MULTIAXIAL REINFORCEMENTS — The composite reinforcements manufacturer in Leicester, England, named Dan Norton auto business manager.

INTERPLASTIC CORP. — The specialty chemicals firm in St. Paul, Minn., named Scott Hickman technical service representative for its thermoset resins division.

INVISTA — The nylon materials producer based in Wichita, Kan., named Kevin Robles senior vice president of global operations, succeeding David Dotson.

KEM ONE — The PVC producer in Lyon, France, named Marco Toscano chief operating officer for its Innovative Vinyls business.

PLASTRAC INC. — The manufacturer of material blenders and loading systems in Edgemont, Pa., named Steve Corcoran national sales manager.

POLYMER CONVERSIONS INC. — The injection molder in Orchard Park, N.Y., named Ryan Case sales and business development director.

PREGIS CORP. — The protective packaging firm in Deerfield, Ill., named Robert Sepanik national product manager.

PRIME COLORANTS INC. — The maker of custom color and functional additive concentrates and masterbatches in Franklin, Tenn., named Jared Cowan sales and marketing director.

ROHRER CORP. — The Wadsworth, Ohio, thermoformer named Jim Price national sales director.

SOCIETY OF THE PLASTICS INDUSTRY INC. — The Washington-based association added two people to the NPE2015 trade show team: Lori Campbell as operations director and Brad Williams as marketing and sales director.

SONOCO PRODUCTS CO. — The packaging film extruder and extrusion blow molder in Hartsville, S.C., named M. Jack Sanders president and CEO, succeeding Harris E. DeLoach Jr., who plans to retire April 1. Sanders was also was elected to the board. Rob Tiede was named senior vice president of global consumer packaging and services and Howard Coker was named group vice president of global rigid paper and plastics.

SOUTHEASTERN CONTAINER INC. — The PET containers producer in Enka, N.C., announced that Vice Presidents Henry Pinto and Charles Capps retired in December 2012.

TREOFAN GROUP — The Raunheim, Germany-based biaxially oriented polypropylene film manufacturer named Pascal Roger executive vice president of manufacturing operations and Yvo van Vliet executive vice president of commercial operations, both for Treofan Group.

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EMERALD PERFORMANCE MATERIALS LLC, an additives maker in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, named Antonella Dall’Osto sales manager of its Emerald Kalama Chemical business for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. … LPKF LASER & ELECTRONICS AG, a maker of prototyping equipment in Erlangen, Germany, named Mario Gügel and Thomas Eckert to its distribution team.



Published: January 7, 2013 6:00 am ET

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