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INDA head resigns. (Top of the News).

* Three months after assuming the role of president of INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, Joseph Weinkam has resigned from the top spot at the Cary, NC-based trade association. 1NDA executives cited Mr. Weinkam's wish to capitalize on his management experience and strengths that are better matched for profit manufacturing organizations as a key motivator behind the resignation. Retired INDA president, Ted Wirtz, whom Mn Weinkam replaced, will serve as acting president of INDA until the INDA board names a replacement.
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