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William Murrell Appointed Vice President, Urethanes for Crompton Corporation
11-06-2004: Crompton Corporation has named William Murrell vice president of its Urethanes business unit, where he is responsible for managing the strategic business operations and global growth of the Urethanes business. He will also have additional responsibility for overseeing the company's Oleochemicals business segment.
Murrell started his career in 1978 as a process engineer at American Can Company in Neenah, Wisconsin. In 1981, he joined AlliedSignal Inc., located in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, as a research engineer in Specialty Films and held a number of technical positions before he was promoted to director of operations in January 1993.
In June 1993, he transferred to AlliedSignal's Morristown, New Jersey location as general manager and, in 1995, was named general manager for AlliedSignal's Nuclear Services business as well as president of AlliedSignal Energy Services, Inc. From 1996 through 1998, he was general manager of Industrial Fluorines, part of Allied's Specialty Chemicals business unit.
Murrell joined Witco Corporation in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1999 as vice president-Americas for the company's Oleochemicals and Derivatives business group. Most recently, he was vice president of Olefins & Styrenics for Crompton Corporation, following the September 1999 merger of Crompton & Knowles and Witco Corporation.
Awarded a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, Murrell holds a number of patents and has received numerous recognitions for his contributions to strategic corporate initiatives.
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