AMPAC FLEXIBLES - The Cincinnati film maker's performance films group named Dave Bartish sales director and Tom Crosson business development manager.
BASF AG - The chemical and resin supplier in Ludwigshafen, Germany, named Hans Reiners president of its styrenics division, succeeding Fred Baumgartner, who became president of its inorganics operating division Jan. 1.
BONAR PLASTICS INC. - The rotational molder in Ridgefield, Wash., named Cullen Jones vice president of sales, marketing and product development for the Bonar Plastics North America proprietary group.
CONSTAR INTERNATIONAL INC. - The Philadelphia packaging blow molder named Walter Sobon executive vice president and chief financial officer.
DOW CHEMICAL CO. - The resin maker in Midland, Mich., named Carol Dudley vice president of business development for market facing units for performance plastics and chemicals. Flavio Terruzzi was named business vice president for specialty plastics and elastomers, succeeding Julie Fasone Holder, who was named corporate vice president for human resources and public affairs.
GE PLASTICS - The Pittsfield, Mass., resin maker named Alan Leung vice president of GE Plastics Pacific, succeeding Len Kosar, who left the company.
KELLER AND HECKMAN LLP - Jerome Heckman, founding partner of the Washington law firm, received the 2005 International Achievement Award from the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology in Columbia, Md., for his service in food and drug law, particularly in packaging materials.
KOCH INDUSTRIES INC. - The industrial/agricultural conglomerate named Dave Robertson president and chief operating officer, succeeding Joe Moeller, who became president and chief executive officer of the recently acquired Georgia-Pacific Corp. Jim Mahoney was named vice president of operations, succeeding Bill Caffey, who has joined GP as executive vice president and a board member. Mark Holden was named senior vice president and general counsel. Tye Darland, who was co-general counsel, has become general counsel for GP.
NATIONAL FENESTRATION RATING COUNCIL - Marcia Falke of Keystone Certifications Inc. in Etters, Pa., was elected chair of the Silver Spring, Md., nonprofit rating group, succeeding Marvin Stover of Mikron Industries Inc. in Kent, Wash.
PLASTIC COMPONENTS INC. - The injection molder in Germantown, Wis., named Rick Riesterer business development manager, Andrea Blair program launch coordinator and Teresa Schell marketing manager.
POLYCHEM USA - The scrap recycler in Foxborough, Mass., named Gene Farrell president.
ROYAL GROUP TECHNOLOGIES LTD. - The pipe and profile extruder in Woodbridge, Ontario, named Helmut Hock president of its Royal Pipe Systems division in Toronto, succeeding Stephen Kleynhans, who is resigning at the end of January.
SCA PACKAGING NORTH AMERICA - The thermoformer in DeKalb, Ill., named Andrew MacLeod vice president of sales and marketing.
SOCIETY OF THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY - The trade group in New York has chosen Jon Huntsman, founder and chairman of Huntsman Corp. in Salt Lake City, to receive its Chemical Industry Medal for his contributions to progress and performance in the industry.
STEP2 CO. - The rotational molder in Streetsboro, Ohio, named Jim Nagy vice president of manufacturing, Al Reichenbach materials and logistics director, Jim Miller executive vice president of finance and operations and Tim Martinson manager of its Perrysville, Ohio, plant.
TEKNOR APEX CO. - The custom PVC compounds maker in Pawtucket, R.I., named Edward O'Donnell vice president of business analysis.
THERMA-TRU INC. - The manufacturer of fiberglass doors in Maumee, Ohio, named David Haddix senior vice president and general manager of its residential business unit. Joseph Herman succeeds Haddix as chief financial officer. Jeffrey Glosser, vice president of global sourcing and logistics, also will become vice president of information technology and business.
WADAL PLASTICS INC. - The injection molder in Medford, Wis., named Michael Cummings manager of its El Paso, Texas, facility.
* DSM ENGINEERING PLASTICS, a resin supplier in Evansville, Ind., named Koen Devits director of the Americas business unit. ... ECKART AMERICA CORP., a maker of metallic and special-effects products in Louisville, Ky., named Steve Joest technical sales manager for coatings and plastics. ... GREIF INC., a blow molder of industrial drums in Delaware, Ohio, named Donald Huml executive vice president. ... LANDMARK PLASTIC CORP., an injection molder and thermoformer of horticultural containers in Akron, Ohio, named Warren Trettien and Tracey Vandenberg regional sales managers. ... LINEARSOURCESM, a Coventry, R.I., distributor of organic pigment and a unit of Clariant Corp., named Klaus Brychcy business manager. ... PARATHERM CORP., a manufacturer of heat-transfer fluids in West Conshohocken, Pa., named Jed Seybold a sales engineer. ... SIDEL INC., a blow molding equipment maker in Norcross, Ga., named Gregory Luka vice president of sales and business development for North America, succeeding David Schroeder, who was promoted to zone vice president for North America. ... SUN CHEMICAL CORP., a producer of printing inks and pigments in Cincinnati, named Peter Krummeck international sales director. He will be based at the performance pigments headquarters in Wavre, Belgium. ... Trevor Jones, director of original equipment manufacturer development for the laboratory automation and integration unit of Thermo Electron Corp. in Burlington, Ontario, was named president of the ROBOTIC INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION, trade group in Ann Arbor, Mich.