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Tim Poure Named New Jones-Hamilton Co. President/CEO

By diciembre 9, 2021Noticias

Tim Poure has been named Jones-Hamilton Co.’s President and Chief Executive Officer effective October 25, 2021, succeeding Bernard Murphy who is retiring at the close of 2021.

Poure has a 30-year history in the chemicals industry, serving in sales, operations and management roles, including President for GAC MidAmerica, which was acquired by General Chemical. Most recently, he served as a consultant for Remuriate Technologies, a company focused on regenerating acidic solutions for use in steel pickling.

Poure will lead Jones-Hamilton Co. from the company’s headquarters in Walbridge, OH.

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