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Eastman appoints new Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

6:39 AM, 12th November 2013
Stephen G Crawford, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Eastman.

KINGSPORT, US: Eastman Chemical Company appointed Stephen G Crawford as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, effective from 1 January 2014. Crawford will succeed Dr Gregory W Nelson, who will remain with the company in a transitional role until his retirement on 1 March 2014. Crawford is currently Vice President, Functional Products Technology, with responsibility for coatings, adhesives and plasticizers and rubber additives technology development.

 

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