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Pasadena, Calif.-based Ameron International Corp., a producer of fabricated steel products such as wind towers, has appointed Christine Stanley to the position of vice president for operations compliance. Stanley, who most recently held the title of group executive, will report to Gary Wagner, Ameron's president and chief operating officer.

Stanley will provide company-wide support and oversight for purchasing, health, safety and environmental affairs, quality assurance and technology. She joined Ameron in October 1985 as a research chemist and has held numerous senior technology and manufacturing management positions.

Stanley has a degree in science and technology from the University of Manchester, England.

SOURCE: Ameron International Corp.


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