Carboline Company Employs Saroyan As Coatings Consultant

The Carboline Company of St.

Louis, Mo., announces the employment of John R. Saroyan as consultant for the company to assist in the research and development of new generation antifouling and antipolluting protective coatings for the marine industry.

Prior to joining Carboline in a consulting capacity, Mr. Saroyan was head of the Naval Paint Laboratory, Mare Island, Calif., the Navy's principal laboratory for paint research and development.

Mr. Saroyan is recognized throughout the world as a foremost authority on antifouling paints and coatings. He has written numerous articles and holds many patents on antifouling paints. He is the recipient of the coveted Civilian Service Award presented for his significant contribution in the antifouling field during World War ill.

Mr. Saroyan will maintain his home in Vallejo, Calif., and coordinate his work with the St. Louis Laboratory.

The Carboline Company, 350 Hanley ilndustrial Court, St. Louis, Mo. 63144, manufactures a wide range of industrial and marine protective coatings, finishes, waterproofing materials, fireproofing coatings and adhesives.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 9,  Apr 1974 Port of New York

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