Atofina: Kellogg promoted to director

Date: 19 November 2001
Source: Atofina
Fred Kellogg has been promoted to director, strategic planning and acquisitions for Atofina Chemicals, Inc.

In his new position, Kellogg is responsible for the Company's strategic planning as well as acquisition and/or divestiture initiatives at the corporate level.Kellogg most recently served as group finance director for organic peroxides and organic intermediates. Before this assignment at Atofina, Kellogg was an administrator at the Mayo Clinic.Earlier Kellogg worked with M&T Chemicals, a predecessor company of Atofina Chemicals, in their finance department.

Kellogg holds a B. S. degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.

600450 Atofina: Kellogg promoted to director
Date: 19 November 2001
Source: Atofina

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