Americhem Taps Staten as New Account Manager for Fibers Business Unit

JOHN VLAHOPOULOSJOHN VLAHOPOULOS Safavieh
CUYAHOGA FALLS, OHIO - Americhem Inc. has named Marty Staten as its new account manager for the company's fibers business unit.
     In his new role, Staten is responsible for account management and development of strategic plans to support overall customer growth and development opportunities for Americhem, which is a global provider of custom color and additive solutions for synthetic fiber and polymeric products.
     In addition, he will focus on research and delivering marketable products and solutions through the development and management of a service plan.
     Staten brings more than a decade of career experience in fiber and masterbatch production. He has served as plant manager at Air Jet, LLC, and he also started his own air jet texturizing company called Jet Tex. He later sold that company to Color and Additive Technology (CAT), where he in turn served as a production manager. In 2005, CAT was purchased by Americhem, leading Staten to continue in his role as production manager.
     "We are excited to welcome Marty to this new role at Americhem," said Mark Downey, sales manager. "His experience and expertise will continue to add value as we strive to exceed our customers' expectations in terms of quality and services."

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