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Color Resolutions International announces changes to emerging team
Article Type: Industry news From: Pigment & Resin Technology, Volume 37, Issue 4
Color Resolutions International (CRI) announce the following personnel changes to its expanding staff.
CRI will have two employees starting in its Fairfield laboratory. James Etheridge was hired as a technical specialist. He has more than 27 years of narrow and wide web experience. He has held prior positions as a Senior Print Technician, Print Service Manager and a Technical Trainer. Mr Etheridge will provide technical support to a variety of print applications.
Rudy Wiesemann has joined CRI as the Technical and Sustainability Service Manager. He is a chemist with 27 years experience with technical color applications. Mr Weisemann’s responsibilities include providing corporate technical support for all commercial ink systems, communicating with technical field employees and industry associations and coordinating corporate sustainability and training programs. He began his career at Harshaw Chemical as a Pigment Chemist, worked as a Technical Specialist for Lawson Mardon Packaging, Alcan Packaging and the Gravure Association of America and also served as Editor for GravurExchange.
CRI is also making changes in its materials management and customer relations groups. Cherryl Wilkinson will be moving to a new position in materials management as an inventory specialist, concentrating her efforts on inventory management. She has been the customer relations Team Leader for the past two years. Talia Slaughter will be taking over as customer relations Team Leader. Ms Slaughter has been a member of the customer relations team for 7 years. Kimberly Hodges will start as a new customer relations representative. She has been involved in customer service since 1994, in positions ranging from senior customer service representative to sales coordinator.
“We’re very pleased to have these brilliant professionals join our team,” said George Sickinger, President and CEO of CRI. “As we continue to expand into new markets and grow our business, each of these individuals will be a fundamental component of our success. Each person brings important skills and vital knowledge to our team.”