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ISP: Dr. Claude Dal Farra

October 3, 2007

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International Specialty Products (ISP) appointed Dr. Claude Dal Farra as vice president, global personal care new product development.

In his new role, Dr. Dal Farra will head a global product development team that will work closely with ISP’s global sales, marketing and technical services teams to accelerate the development of new products and technologies across ISP’s personal care portfolio. He will be based at the company’s global headquarters in Wayne, NJ and report directly to Steve Olsen, senior vice president, emerging markets, R&D and global marketing.

Previously, Dr. Dal Farra performed the dual role of technical director and director of research in new molecules at Vincience in Sophia Antipolis, France. ISP acquired Vincience in December 2006.
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