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CEO of Cathay brightens up prestigious ranks of Stanford Who's Who
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May '10
Steven Spackman has earned the recognition of Stanford Who's Who as a result of his remarkable work in the Chemical Industry. As Managing Director and CEO of Cathay Industries Australasia Pty. Ltd., as well as throughout his incredible 27 years in the business, Steven has consistently displayed the dedication and diligence required to be among the best.

Cathay Industries Australasia Pty Ltd, which trades as Cathay Pigments Group, is one of the world's leading manufacturers in the Color Industry, being ranked as 3rd largest manufacturer of synthetic Iron Oxides. The group was originally formed from an amalgamation of four international Iron Oxides companies and has since grown through acquisitions and new members joining the group.

Iron Oxide is their current core business with a total of four joint venture factories spread out in the Zhejiang and Shanghai area and additional processing facilities in Shenzhen, Shanghai, Australia, Germany and United Kingdom. The total capacity of the factories can produce approximately 55,000 metric tones per year. They also manufacture Organic Pigments and Dyestuffs by joint ventures, toll manufacturing and technological agreements with producers spread out in the Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiansu, Hebei and Shenyang provinces, with state-of-the-art plants for the manufacturing of Food Dyes and Pigment Dispersions in Jia Ding and Shekou.

Cathay Pigments Group is now selling their products over the world and we have branch and sales offices in many countries including United States of America, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Australia, Southern Africa and sales office in Asian countries.

During his educational career, Mr. Spackman attended Ryde Secondary College where he earned a Business Certificate. He has exceptional expertise in sales, marketing and business development. He has received an appointment to Executive Management with the Global Cathay Group.

Cathay Industries Australasia Pty Ltd


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