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Hoechst Celanese management changes.

Since the retirement of Paul Fischer as spunbond business director effective this month, Hoechst Celanese, Spartanburg, SC, has undergone several changes in the fibers segment of the business. Robert Averell, who was previously responsible only for the industrial fibers sector of nonwovens, is now applications manager for all nonwovens applications. He reports to Christopher O'Conner, who becomes business director for industrial fibers, encompassing all of Hoechst Celanese's nonwovens business. The changes reflect the company's effort to bring all of its nonwovens businesses back together.

In a related move, Richard Osman, formerly technical manager-nonwovens, has been named quality manager for polyester staple fibers; he will be responsible for building the corporate quality culture and shaping quality policy and values in the polyester staple business.
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Date:Jul 1, 1993
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