CHARLOTTE, NC — IGM Resins Inc. has added Susan E. Bailey and Bryan Stegall to its technical and operations team, which is located at the company’s North American regional headquarters in Charlotte, NC. The Charlotte facility also houses the company’s flagship acrylate manufacturing plant and research and development center.
Bailey joins IGM Resins Inc. as Technical Development Manager, Acrylates. As part of IGM’s Global Technical Team, she will be responsible for expanding and improving the company’s oligomer and monomer product lines. Prior to joining IGM, Bailey served as a scientist at Brewer Science where she developed materials for nanotechnology, semiconductors, MEMS, sensors and optoelectronics. She also worked as a chemist at Hewlett-Packard, where she developed UV-curable radiation imageable coatings for labeling optical media.
Bailey also develops and delivers content for a suite of graduate-level online courses in polymer coatings and radiation technology for the Radiation Curing Program at the State University of New York’s College of Environmental Science and Forestry. She also serves on the Editorial Board of the RadTech Report.
Stegall joins IGM as a Plant Manager. In this capacity, Stegall will lead safe and efficient operation of the company’s acrylate manufacturing facility. He comes to IGM from Sabic, where Stegall managed operations at a high-temperature plastics manufacturing plant. His 26-year career in the chemical industry includes production, operations and technical management positions for Valspar, Ferro Corp., Rhone Poulenc/Rhodia Inc., Sherwin-Williams Co., and Rohm and Haas Co.
IGM Resins Inc. specializes in the development, manufacture and supply of products and technical services to the global UV ink and coatings industry.