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Reichhold Names Global Composites Leader:

23 February 2001

Gary S. Krall, president and COO of Reichhold, Inc. announced the appointment of Julia D. Harp as senior vice president, Global Composites effective March 1.

Harp's new position is a member of Krall's leadership team as Reichhold strategically positions itself as a truly global company. Harp will oversee all operations in Reichhold's global composite business. Currently, the composites business has operations in Canada, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Norway, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Finland, and Dubai.""Julia brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the composites business and the chemical industry in general,"" said Krall. ""She has served in a variety of positions in various global companies from sales and marketing to manufacturing to running a $260 million business. Julia is a seasoned executive with proven leadership skills that will lead our global composites business as Reichhold moves forward with globalization in 2001.""Reichhold is a leading manufacturer of adhesives, coating resins, polyester resins and synthetic latex emulsions for the coatings, adhesives, plastics, paper, textile, carpet, construction, transportation, marine and graphic arts markets. http://www.Reichhold.com and click on the link for ""Composites.""





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