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Chris Roberts to guide Talon's Trim Division
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Apr '08
Talon International Inc, a leading global supplier of zippers, apparel fasteners, trim and interlining products, has made a number of senior management appointments in its sales and operations departments designed to better address the growing opportunities within the global apparel marketplace.

The appointments were made in line with a management structure designed to better leverage the various international positions and relationships the company has established over the last several years. International markets and division sales were previously organized by interdivisional responsibilities within regions. The new structure focuses managerial responsibility along divisional lines and expands responsibilities to include worldwide business development and international customer service.

Larry Dyne has been appointed to executive vice president of global sales for Talon International, a new position. He was formerly vice president of product development and global sourcing, as well as vice president of Trim sales and domestic production for all Trim development. Dyne was one of the original founders of the company. Through these prior positions, Dyne established extensive and long-term relationships with the world's top apparel brands and clothing retailers.

Chris Roberts will lead Talon's Trim Division as its vice president of sales, where he will be responsible for strengthening the Trim Division's global sales base and product structure. Roberts was previously regional manager of Trim with responsibility for sales and product development for accounts in New York and Los Angeles.


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