Ayers joined MFG Chemical after a 25-year career of operations leadership, mainly at Dixie Chemical, where he most recently served as director of Operations.
There he was responsible for the Bayport facility, including manufacturing, EHS, quality, staffing/training, schedule compliance, S&R/packaging, the budget and 92 employees.
“We are very happy to have such a highly experienced operations leader as Chad Ayers managing our Pasadena, Texas plant, which is the largest of MFG Chemical’s four specialty and contract chemical manufacturing plants,” said Paul Turgeon, president and CEO of MFG Chemical “Plant safety, product quality, customer confidentiality and sustainability are embedded in our DNA. Chad Ayers will ensure it remains this way as MFG Chemical moves into our next phase of growth.”
“ I’m proud to continue my work as an operations leader with this innovative and fast-growing contract chemical manufacturing company, MFG Chemical,” Ayers said. “The Pasadena plant is in great shape, having just completed a multi-million dollar upgrade last year. New reactors were added, including one which is 20,000 gallons in size. The plant has a perfect safety record, has achieved ISO 9001: 2015 Certification and has earned numerous SOCMA Plant Safety and Plant Improvement Awards.
“I look forward to the challenge of maintaining that great record of plant safety and quality, while meeting our customers’ growing needs.”.
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