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Croda: Scott Cardinali

September 11, 2008

Croda:
announced the addition of Scott Cardinali as research manager, hair care applications. Mr. Cardinali recently worked for National Starch in the role of manager of its international technical service and technology screening activities. Prior to National Starch, he worked as a consultant for Kline & Company in the specialty chemical section and at Unilever as a principal chemist doing applied research in laundry applications.

Croda also announced the addition of Fiona Lam to the position of marketing manager, international sales. She recently worked for Arch Personal Care as a senior marketing associate. Prior to that, she worked as a personal care technical service supervisor for National Starch and as a formulator/chemist, skin care for Unilever.
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