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Nova Chemicals: Martin Pugh

November 11, 2005

Nova Chemicals: Martin Pugh has been named vice president and managing director, Europe, responsible for growth of the European olefins/polyolefins and styrenics businesses. He formerly served as managing director of Elementis’ rubber division. Eric Kelusky has been promoted to vice president, advanced Sclairtech Technology development, and will lead the development and commercialization of the company’s advanced Sclairtech Technology polyethylene products. Mr. Kelusky previously served as vice president, expandable polystyrene (EPS)/high-performance styrene (HPS) styrenics. Rick Salvador was named vice president, North American styrenics polymers (SPS). He is currently vice president of solid polystyrene and will lead all commercial responsibilities for SPS, EPS and HPS.
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