LOUDON, Tenn.—Chip Holton of NCFL Polyurethane has been elected president of the Polyurethane Foam Association for 2017, the PFA has announced.
Holton succeeds Bill Gollnitz of Plastomer, who will be immediate past president in 2017, the PFA said.
Other PFA officers for 2017 include:
- Nadia Stern, Innocor, first vice president;
- Hamdy Kahil, Woodbridge Group, secretary;
- Lynn Knudtson, Future Foam; treasurer; and
- Robert Luedeka, executive director.
Founded in 1980, the PFA is a trade association whose mission is to educate customers and other groups about flexible polyurethane foam, the association said. This includes providing facts on environmental, health and safety issues and technical information, it said.