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Curtis Clark Promoted to EVP of Control Solutions Inc.

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Clark, formerly vice president of sales and marketing, will continue to oversee those functions while adding day-to-day executive management responsibilities for all of the company's core business units.

| November 20, 2013

PASADENA, Texas — Control Solutions Inc. (CSI) has promoted Curtis Clark to executive vice president. The move enables CSI President Mark Boyd to work more closely with parent company Makhteshim-Agan Industries Ltd. (MAI) to capitalize on non-crop business opportunities worldwide.

Formerly CSI's Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Clark will continue to oversee those functions while adding day-to-day executive management responsibilities for all of the company's core business units, including:
- professional pest control chemicals;
- commercial turf and ornamental chemicals (Quali-Pro);
- lawn and garden and animal health chemicals (Martin's); and
- formulator sales.
"For the past nine years, Curtis' invigorating leadership and hands-on management has helped position our people, brands and products for unparalleled success," Boyd said.

"This move will free me up to work more closely with MAI to identify and fully capitalize on significant noncrop business opportunities worldwide," Boyd added.

Under Clark's direction, CSI has nearly tripled its annual revenues.  "No matter the market, no matter the obstacles, we will continue to invest and innovate -- spurring exponential growth for CSI and our ever-expanding posse of end users," Clark added.
 

 

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