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Sartomer Company Announces Global Restructuring

Published on 2007-03-22. Author : SpecialChem

EXTON, Pa., -- Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Sartomer Company announced a corporate restructuring designed to enhance global customer support for companies with multinational operations. Sartomer's new President, Dr. Luigi Colantuoni, announced the realignment.

Effective immediately, Sartomer will operate with three geographical sales regions, five central operating functions, and two global business units, all of which report directly to the president.

The three geographical sales regions are:

  • Americas, a newly created region led by Albert Tuccio, vice president, formerly V.P. of sales
  • Europe, led by Laurent Suspene, vice president
  • Asia, led by David Long, vice president

The five central operating functions are:

  • Supply Chain, led by newly named vice president Paul Elias
  • Human Resources, led by newly named director Mike O'Neill, formerly manager of human resources
  • Manufacturing, led by Larry Athens, vice president
  • Technology, led by Jim Horgan, vice president
  • Finance, led by Vincent Vadot, vice president

The two global business units are:

  • Photocure, led by newly reassigned vice president Bruce Farina, formerly V.P. of supply chain management
  • Functional Additives, led by recently named director Bill Wittig, formerly business manager for the specialty polymers group

Sartomer Company, part of Total's Chemicals branch, is a U.S.-based manufacturer of specialty chemicals. Headquartered in Exton, Pa., Sartomer provides a variety of specialty chemicals designed to enhance processing and performance characteristics in coatings, inks, elastomers, adhesives, sealants, composites, and other demanding applications. The company's product offering includes more than 600 monomers and oligomers, photoinitiators, polybutadiene resins, styrene maleic anhydride resins, hydrocarbon resins, and other specialty chemicals.

Source: Sartomer Company

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