Breaking News

Chemsultants reorganizes, names Avalon COO

November 20, 2006

Chemsultants International, of Mentor, OH, USA, has organized its staff to address the needs of its growing business, according to Richard P. Muny, founder and CEO.

Muny announced the promotion of Gary A. Avalon to the position of chief operating officer. Avalon has been with the company for five years. He spent the prior 20 years working for Avery Dennison’s Specialty Tape Division, and six years with Diamond Shamrock’s Plastic Division in various technical and business management positions.

Reporting to Avalon are Keith W. Muny, president of ChemInstruments; James Duvall, vice president technical operations; Pasco Santurri, vice president fuel cell technology; Bonnie Cole, vice president financial operations; and Jennifer Muny Raj, group services administrator.

Chemsultants International scientists specialize in developing and testing pressure sensitive adhesives, specialty coatings and related materials. The company offers pilot coating, laminating, converting and slitting capabilities as part of its product development capabilities. Additionally, as part of a $1.5 million US Department of Energy appropriation, the company has begun research in the area of polymer exchange membranes for hydrogen fuel cells, working with Michigan Molecular Institute and Case Western Reserve University.

The company is also capable of testing a broad range of label, tape and adhesive products for conformance to the standards of the Pressure Sensitive Tape Council, the Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute, ASTM International, and the European associations of Afera and FINAT, among others.
blog comments powered by Disqus
  • Pharmaceutical Labels

    Pharmaceutical Labels

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor||April 8, 2016
    These specialty labels provide key information and adhere to the latest government regulations.

  • Rewinds & Unwinds

    Rewinds & Unwinds

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor||April 8, 2016
    Suppliers develop new ways to handle automation, faster speeds and tension control.

  • Narrow Web Profile:  Accu-Label

    Narrow Web Profile: Accu-Label

    Steve Katz, Editor||March 21, 2016
    The latest printing technologies and a commitment to superior customer service have this family-operated converter growing rapidly.