Palmer Holland is excited to exhibit again at the 3rd Eastern Coatings Show May 15-17, 2017 in Atlantic City, New Jersey in booth #129.
We are a national, full-line specialty chemical distributor of additives, resins and polymer building blocks, and pigments and multi-functional fillers/extenders. We will be featuring various established and new technologies that aid the coatings and adhesives formulator to develop new and optimize existing solvent-based, UV, and water-based formulations.
Technical papers and application bulletins will be available. Stop by booth #129 to discuss how Palmer Holland and our suppliers can assist in solving your technical and supply chain needs.
For more information, visit http://easterncoatingsshow.com/
Bryn Irvine (left) and Bradley Steven (right)
Cleveland, OH – Effective March 27, 2017 – We are proud to announce that we have named C. Bradley Steven as President of Palmer Holland. Bryn Irvine will assume a new role as Chief Executive Officer.
C. Bradley Steven brings many years of experience leading and managing companies as President and Vice President. Most recently, he was the President of Willoughby Supply, a distributor of exterior building materials. Previously, he worked for Avery Dennison as Vice President and General Manager. Steven also serves on the board of a Cleveland-area manufacturing company.
Steven’s main responsibility will be support of the Executive Management Team on the day-to-day operations of the business. Additionally, Steven will complement Irvine’s skills and qualities, making them a formidable team as they work to advance the company’s growth plan.
“I am excited and honored to take on this role and look forward to partnering with Bryn and our Executive Management Team to deliver on our growth goals and expand upon Palmer Holland’s history of excellence in service to our principal and customer partners,” says Steven.
Bryn Irvine will move into the new role of Palmer Holland’s CEO. His primary focus will be on leveraging his global relationships in support of the company’s expansion strategies. In addition, he will be heavily involved in Palmer Holland’s strategic planning and execution as it continues to drive growth as a national specialty chemical distributor and maintain its employee ownership model.
“Brad’s leadership experience coupled with his strategic thinking and proven ability to deliver results make him the right person to help execute Palmer Holland’s strategic priorities and drive sustainable growth allowing the Executive Team to maintain its focus on its core competencies,” says Irvine.
For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Palmer Holland website at www.palmerholland.com.
About Palmer Holland
Established as Palmer Supplies Company in 1925, today Palmer Holland is a leading, national specialty chemical distributor that represents many of the most recognized manufacturers from around the world. Palmer Holland’s customers and supplier partners are rooted in the areas of CASE (coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers) and lubricant industrial sectors.
We are excited to announce that Palmer Holland has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for Toyal America in the northeast region!
This new territory includes the following states: Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, and Virginia.
Toyal America produces a wide range of aluminum pigments and aluminum paste for the coatings and plastics markets including:
- Non-leafing aluminum pigments
- Waterborne-treated aluminum pigments
- Special effect pigments (colored aluminum, glass flakes, chromashine interference aluminum pigments)
- PCF (Polymer Coated Flake) - Features a fully cross-linked acrylic resin shell around each flake. Designed for the powder coating industry
- Conventional aluminum powders and spherical aluminum powders
- Aluminum nitride
We look forward to continuing our success in the northeast and expanding on our long-standing relationship with Toyal America!
For more information, visit www.toyala.com
Cleveland, OH – March 4, 2017 — A seventh-grader from Cleveland has won a county-wide chemistry competition and will move on to compete at the state level. Alex Masgras from Menlo Park Academy bested a field of 28 fifth- to eighth-grade students to become the Greater Cleveland You Be The Chemist Challenge® Champion. Local students came together in Cleveland to compete for the top prize. Alex Masgras will represent the greater Cleveland area at the state-level competition.
Developed by the Chemical Educational Foundation® (CEF), the Challenge is an exciting question-and-answer competition that motivates fifth- to eighth-grade students to sharpen their knowledge of chemistry concepts and their real-world applications. Students compete for prizes at the local and state levels and the ultimate prize of a trip to Washington, D.C. to vie for college scholarships. The Challenge program relies on partnerships between community members, including industry, schools, universities and community organizations, that seek to foster student engagement with science.
The 2017 Greater Cleveland Challenge was held at the Great Lakes Science Center and was sponsored by Palmer Holland, Inc. in North Olmsted, OH for the fifth year. After correctly answering dozens of chemistry and general science questions over multiple rounds of competition, Alex Masgras was declared the Challenge Champion. He will advance to the Ohio State Challenge in Toledo on April 29, 2017. The following top-placing students have also earned a chance to compete at the state level: Thomas Banko and Galvin Morgan. Each of the top finalists was awarded gift certificates to the Great Lakes Science Center.
“Congratulations to all of the participants in the State Challenge and especially to the Champion who is advancing to the next round of the You Be The Chemist® Challenge competition!” stated Eric R. Byer, secretary and acting executive director of CEF. “The Challenge requires focused dedication studying chemistry concepts. The students’ hard work and science acumen was evident today. We are so impressed with the wealth of science knowledge participants displayed. We hope the flame of curiosity now burns bright inside each contestant to continue discovering the broad world of chemistry and science. From the air we breathe to the food we eat, chemistry touches our lives in infinite ways every day. Participation in events like CEF’s Challenge inspires future leaders to become part of the exciting, innovative science industry. I wish this year’s Champion good luck at the National Challenge in Washington, D.C. this June.”
The winner of the state competition will receive an expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. to compete in the National Challenge, held on June 19. At the national level, state winners from across the country will vie for the title of Challenge Champion and a total of $18,500 in college scholarships.
For more information about the You Be The Chemist Challenge® competition, please visit CEF’s website at www.chemed.org.
About the Chemical Educational Foundation®
Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Arlington, VA, the Chemical Educational Foundation® (CEF) works closely with industry to enhance science education opportunities for our youth. CEF founded the You Be The Chemist Challenge® in 2004.