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Cotton Incorporated realigns Textile Research Division
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Jun '10
Cotton Incorporated announced the promotion of Mike Tyndall to Vice President, Product Development and Implementation, as part of a realignment of the company's textile research efforts. Tyndall, who will report directly to Cotton Incorporated President and CEO J. Berrye Worsham, will supervise all aspects of technical textile research for the company.

In his new role, Tyndall will oversee activities in the Fiber Processing, Product Development, Dyeing Research, and Finishing Research Departments. To foster greater synchronicity between research and implementation, the company's Technology Management and Technology Implementation departments will also report to Tyndall.

“We believe this realignment of research and implementation will help us get from technical theory to practical application with greater efficiency,” said Worsham. “Mike brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the job and will provide the essential leadership the role requires.”

Tyndall has been on staff at Cotton Incorporated since 1974, most recently as Managing Director of Product Development and implementation. He has a B.S. in Textile Chemistry and a Masters of Textiles, both from North Carolina State University, where he was also an Adjunct Associate at the Textile Extension and Applied Research, College of Textiles until 2005. Tyndall has been a member of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists since 1976 and currently serves as the President-elect of the organization.

Cotton Incorporated, funded by U.S. producers of upland cotton and U.S. importers of cotton and cotton products, is the research and marketing company representing U.S. upland cotton.

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