Gary Romans Gets Down to Business with New Role at Morre-Tec

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Former senior account executive for Fragrance Resources, Gary Romans was announced as Morre-Tec's vice president of extracts and cosmetic ingredients. Romans will report directly to Bill Ludlum, COO, Morre-Tec.

Getting Down to Business

Romans will aid in developing business strategies for Morre-Tec's extracts and cosmetic ingredients division.

Prior to his appointment with Fragrance Resources, Romans managed Givaudan's fragrance product categories and reintroduced the company's fragrance division to the North American marketplace. Before he joined Givaudan, Romans held senior marketing and sales positions at Aromor Flavors and Fragrances, Symrise and Firmenich. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University and a Masters in Chemistry from Rutgers University.

Leonard Glass, CEO and owner, Morre-Tec said, "I am very pleased that Gary joins us to focus on business development in the extracts and cosmetic ingredient market. Gary brings a wealth of experience to this role and we anticipate the great strides we will be making at Morre-Tec with the addition of his substantial expertise and impressive background."