People in the News

December 2001
Rubber World;Dec2001, Vol. 225 Issue 3, p72
Trade Publication
Reports on news briefs related to officials and employees in the rubber industry as of December 2001. Recipients of the 2002 International Institute of Synthetic Rubber Producers awards; Selection of James Garrison as president and chief executive officer of Instron; Elections of the officials of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association.


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