AMASTAN TECHNOLOGIES INC. — The developer of microwave plasma technology in North Andover, Mass., named Bruce Bradshaw chief marketing officer.
AMERICAN ELITE MOLDING LLC — Robert Sires, founder and CEO of the manufactuer of cable ties in Crestview, Fla., was again named one of Florida's 500 Most Influential Business Leaders by Florida Trend magazine.
ASAHI/AMERICA INC. — The corrosion-resistant thermoplastic fluid flow equipment provider in Lawrence, Mass., named Patrick Higgins new business development manager.
BECKHOFF AUTOMATION LLC — The equipment supplier in Savage, Minn., named Wayne Schmeichel operations director.
BUNTING MAGNETICS CO. — The manufacturer of magnetic equipment in Newton, Kan., named Robert Clausing lean manufacturing coordinator.
CANCARB LTD. — Peter Donnelly was named president of Tokai Carbon Co. Ltd., the parent company of the thermal carbon black manufacturer in Medicine Hat, Alberta, succeeding Ken Tate, who has retired.
CHEMOURS CO. — Edwin Sparks, president of Chemours' Chemical Solutions business, will also lead its Fluoroproducts business, succeeding Paul Kirsch, who is leaving the Wilmington, Del.-based chemistry company.
FLAMBEAU INC. — The injection and blow molder in Baraboo, Wis., named Troy Deppey vice president of North American operations and Kevin Miller account manager for its automotive division.
GRAHAM ENGINEERING CORP. — The equipment manufacturer in York, Pa., named Jimena Homrighaus regional sales manager.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PLASTICS DISTRIBUTION — The trade association in Overland Park, Kan., named Craig Saunders president. Saunders is director of supplier relations and logistics at North American Plastics of Irving, Texas.
INTEVA PRODUCTS LLC — Samuel Wells, senior global director of sales of the automotive supplier in Troy, Mich., has been named Diversity Business Leader by Corp! Magazine as part of its Michigan Salute to Diversity awards.
M. HOLLAND CO. — The thermoplastic resin distributor in Northbrook, Ill., named Michael Foldvary distribution sourcing director.
MACK MOLDING CO. — The injection molder in Arlington, Vt., named Tory Peeler quality director.
MATRIX 4 INC. — The injection molder in Woodstock, Ill., was named as the Fourth Revolution Awards' Small-Medium Sized Manufacturer of the Year by mHUB Chicago and MxD.
MYERS INDUSTRIES INC. — The diversified manufacturer in Akron, Ohio, named Tom Harmon vice president, chief human resources officer.
NORNER AS — The petro-based solutions consultant in Stathelle, Norway, named Lene Rambekk scientific laboratory manager.
ORION ENGINEERED CARBONS LLC — The carbon-black producer in Kingwood, Texas, named Pedro Riveros senior vice president global rubber carbon black and general manager for the Americas, Sandra Niewiem senior vice president global specialty carbon black and general manager for the EMEA region and Michael Reers chief administration officer.
PELICAN PRODUCTS INC. — The maker of high-performance protective cases in Torrance, Calif., named Bruce Gonzalez vice president and controller.
PLASTICS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION — The Washington-based trade association named Phillip Wilson of BASF Corp. 2020 chairman; Tad McGwire of Industrial Heater Corp. vice chairman; James Clark of Printpack Inc. treasurer; Jay Olson of John Deere secretary; Bradley Crocker of Americas Styrenics LLC, Glenn Anderson of Milacron Holdings Corp. and Dan Mohs of Placon Corp. officers-at-large; and Wylie Royce of Royce Global immediate past chairman.
PLASTICS PIPE INSTITUTE INC. — The trade association in Irving, Texas, named Patrick Vibien technical director.
PREGIS CORP. — The protective packaging firm in Deerfield, Ill., named Clint Smith sustainable pack aging director.
REED EXHIBITIONS — The exhibition and conference organizer in Düsseldorf, Germany, named Goetz-Ulf Jungmichel event director and Michael Köhler sales director for Composites Europe.
SEPRO GROUP — The automation equipment distributor in La Roche-sur-Yon, France, named Xavier Lucas chief sales officer.
SÜDPACK VERPACKUNGEN GMBH & CO. KG — The producer of rigid and flexible films and bags in Ochsenhausen, Germany, named Erik Bouts management spokesperson, succeeding Johannes Remmele, who will remain on the advisory board.