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MinusNine welcomes new Business Director

October 16, 2013

Stan White has joined the company after serving as director of sales and marketing at Actega Radcure for nearly 15 years.

MinusNine Technologies, a formulator and manufacturer of UV/EB curable coatings, adhesives, and specialty products, has announced that Stan White has joined the company effective October 1st in the newly created position of Director of Business – Narrow Web.

"Having served as Director of Sales and Marketing for Actega Radcure for close to fifteen years, Stan brings a unique combination of strong sales and technical experience regarding UV curable products and their application in today’s narrow web prime label and flexible packaging markets," the company says. "His deep product and market knowledge will help MinusNine’s technical sales team deliver the Company’s product offerings to narrow web customers and be beneficial in the development of new products for customer specific applications."

Commenting on his new position, Stan says, “I am very excited to join MinusNine Technologies. It is a young and energetic company that is uniquely positioned to supply today’s narrow web market with forward thinking chemistry. The Company is not distracted or preoccupied with inks as so many vendors of UV chemistry are today. MinusNine is 100% focused on formulating and manufacturing UV and EB curable coatings, adhesives, release coats, and specialty products and is willing to custom formulate to the customer’s specifications - my kind of company.”
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