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November 28, 2006

ISP Taps Long To Lead Personal Care Sales in N. America




ISP:

International Specialty Products Inc. names Daria Long as its North American sales director of personal care. Ms. Long will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic goals to accelerate the growth of ISP’s personal care business in the U.S. and Canada.

Ms. Long previously served as worldwide director of sales in the consumer health division of Rhodia Inc., where she worked for 19 years.

Pureology:

Four new appointments, Maureen Saenz to marketing director; Suzanne Hoffman to purchasing director; Donn Fincher to regional training manager and Brandon Ketz to district sales trainer, were made at Pureology.
 

State Industrial:

Robert San Julian has been named president and chief operating officer of State Industrial Products. This includes the three divisions, Cleveland-based State Chemical, UZ Engineered Products and Arizona-based Neutron Industries.

Mr. San Julian brings an extensive background in industrial maintenance, sales force development, employee retention, operations, inventory management and acquisitions to State Industrial. He previously served as president of Kar Products.

Chemtura:

Jon Amdurksy has been named to director of marketing communications for specialty chemicals. Mr. Amdursky is responsible for trade shows, advertising, press relations and development of corporate ad campaigns.


Arch Personal Care:

Arch Personal Care Products named Andrea Calvani to its North American sales force as account manager in the Northeast region. She will be responsible for the execution of strategic key account plans with oversight into the global markets. Ms. Calvani was previously a sales representative in the performance chemicals business at International Specialty Products. Ms. Calvani holds a B.S. in chemistry and an M.B.A in marketing.


Information Resources, Inc:

Jane Altobelli has joined IRI as executive vice president and chief people officer. Ms. Altobelli is responsible for global human resources efforts, talent and performance management, organizational change efforts, staffing, benefits and compensation. She most recently served as senior vice president of Culligan International.


Quest International: 

Quest welcomes Francois Bousquet to the role of vice president global fine fragrance, as well as two new senior perfumers to its Parisian team.

Mr. Pescheux has been in the fragrance business for over 17 years. Prior to joining Quest, Mr. Pescheux spent eight years with Givaudan. Before joining Quest, Mr. Raynaud worked within operational perfumery at Drom Fragrances. He joins Quest after serving as vice president of fine fragrance sales at Firmenich.

Silab:

Silab Inc. expanded its team with the addition of two new sales and technical managers. Judith Bernabe will be servicing local clients as well as the Midwest and Southeast. Jay Wells will be servicing clients throughout the Northeast.


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