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Ascent Aromatics Opens Facility in New Jersey

November 2, 2007

Ascent Aromatics, Inc. has opened a 19,000 square foot facility in South Plainfield, NJ. Equipped with state-of-the art manufacturing equipment and the most technologically-advanced analytical instrumentation available, company executives say Ascent Aromatics, Inc. is uniquely positioned to service the needs of its clients in the fragrance industry with speed, precision and quality assurance.

The Ascent team is led by experts with extensive senior management experience in all aspects of the fragrance industry. John Pascale, president of Ascent, has spent the past 35 years developing innovative fragrances for a wide range of applications while at companies such as IFF, Alpine, Libenn and Aroma Tech. He is a past president of the American Society of Perfumers.

James Unrath, vice president of Ascent, spent over a decade at Noville, most recently as vice president of operations. He has an in-depth knowledge of raw materials and a broad background in manufacturing and operations. Ginny Butrico, customer service manager of Ascent, spent almost two decades at Noville.
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