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MacDermid Enthone Appoints Six Sigma Program Manager

The company has appointed Dr. Andy Lesko as the Six Sigma Program Manager for North America.

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MacDermid Enthone (Waterbury, Conn.) has appointed Dr. Andy Lesko as the Six Sigma Program Manager for North America.

Lesko holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry by Southern Oregon University with a Ph.D. degree in Physical Chemistry from the University of Michigan. Lesko has successfully contributed to MacDermid Enthone for the last 14 years, accomplishing dozens of Six-Sigma projects and certifying over a hundred employees.

Effective March 1, Dr. Lesko will be part of MacDermid Enthone’s Marketing and Business Development group where he will expand the initiative with a strategic focus to support customers optimizing and improving their chemical usage.

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