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CRS names Scott Massie as CEO

07 October 2009 | By Emma Hughes | Going Places

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Scott MassieArgosy Capitals' Steven Morgenthal, a member of the CRS board of directors said, "In addition to being an experienced CEO, Scott's background includes materials engineering, R&D, operations, energy & wafer technology and global business development, giving him a unique perspective on this business."

Massie's background also includes 20 years experience in the solar, semiconductor and wafering industry.

Bill Lawrence, president of CRS, said, "We're very happy that Scott has accepted the challenge of guiding CRS through the next phase of our company's evolution. He has an extraordinary background in our core business, where we anticipate continued strong growth. Scott is also a proven leader in increasing sales and revenue, raising capital, developing teams and improving profitability."

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