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2017

PPG announces leadership changes


PITTSBURGH, Sept. 21, 2017 – PPG (NYSE:PPG) today announced the following leadership changes, effective Oct. 1.

Tim Knavish will become senior vice president, industrial coatings, replacing Shelley Bausch, current vice president, industrial coatings, who has elected to leave the company, effective Sept. 30. Knavish will also assume oversight of PPG’s packaging coatings and coatings services businesses, the global supply management function and the Asia Pacific region. Knavish, currently senior vice president, automotive coatings, will continue to report to PPG Chairman and CEO Michael McGarry.

Gary Danowski will become vice president, automotive coatings, reporting to McGarry. Danowski currently serves as vice president, operations, automotive coatings.

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