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Chief Executive Officer

Ticona GmbH

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Ticona GmbH

90 Morris Avenue

Summit, New Jersey 07901

United States

Company Description

About Ticona and Celanese Ticona, the engineering polymers business of Celanese Corporation, produces and markets a broad range of high performance products, and posted net sales of $1.03 billion in fiscal 2007. Ticona employs approximately 2,000 individu ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Manufacturing for Engineering Resins

Hoechst AG

President

Advanced Materials Group, Inc.

Principal

The Munoz Group

Affiliations

Vice President and General Manager of the Plastics Division
Celanese Corporation

Founder
Muñoz Investment Banking Group , LLC

Board Member
Images for Conservation Fund

Member On the Council of Natural Sciences
University of Texas at Austin

Member of the Board of Trustees
The University of Texas-Pan American Foundation

Charter Member of the Executive Committee
Bilateral

Member, Founder's Board
UTPA

Board Member
Global BA.com , Inc.

Member of the Executive Committee
Chemical Manufacturers Association of Mexico

Member of the Board of Trustees
University of Texas-Pan American

Founder
eCulture

Education

Brownsville St. Joseph

Saint Joseph's Academy

B.S. degree

Polymer Chemistry

University of Texas

MBA degree

Texas A&M University

bachelor's degree

polymer chemistry

UT Austin

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Edward H. Munoz, Board Member

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Edward H. Muñoz has a successful 30-year leadership record in the global chemical and plastics industry and in emerging technologies. Ed joined the Hoechst Celanese organization in 1988 as Director of Manufacturing for Engineering Resins. In 1990, he was promoted to Vice President and General Manager of the Plastics Division of Hoechst Celanese, and in the following year, became President of the Advanced Materials Group.

He held several Senior and CEO positions with Celanese and the Hoechst Corporate Group, including CEO of Ticona and the Mexican Celanese subsidiary, Celanese Mexicana, S.A., at that time the largest privately owned chemical processing company in Mexico, with sales of over one billion dollars. Ed went on to serve as President for the Worldwide Pigments Strategic Business Unit of Hoechst, AG, in Frankfurt, Germany, and as President of Worldwide Technical Fibers, Hoechst the following two years.
In 2002, Ed co-founded the Muñoz Investment Banking Group. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of Texas-Pan American Foundation and a member of the Council of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas atAustin. He was a Charter Member of the Executive Committee of the Bilateral (U.S.-Mexico) Business Council for Sustainable Development of the Gulf of Mexico, and Chairman of the International Advisory Council of Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi. An avid nature photographer, Ed is committed to the conservation of wildlife habitat. He holds a B.S. degree in Polymer Chemistry from the University of Texas, and an MBA degree from Texas A&M University.


Our Team - Edward H. Muñoz

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Edward H. Munoz has a successful 30-year track record in the global chemical and plastics industry, and in emerging technologies.

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In 1980, Mr. Munoz became managing director of Ticona, a joint venture company between Hoechst and Celanese, a position he held until 1984. He was instrumental in coordinating technical and production know-how among the Hoechst, Celanese and Japanese (Polyplastics) partners.


Ed ...

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Ed Muñoz

Edward H. Muñoz has a successful 30-year leadership record in the global chemical and plastics industry and in emerging technologies. Ed joined the Hoechst Celanese organization in 1988 as Director of Manufacturing for Engineering Resins. In 1990, he was promoted to Vice President and General Manager of the Plastics Division of Hoechst Celanese, and in the following year, became President of the Advanced Materials Group.
He held several Senior and CEO positions with Celanese and the Hoechst Corporate Group, including CEO of Ticona and the Mexican Celanese subsidiary, Celanese Mexicana, S.A., at that time the largest privately owned chemical processing company in Mexico, with sales of over one billion dollars. Ed went on to serve as President for the Worldwide Pigments Strategic Business Unit of Hoechst, AG, in Frankfurt, Germany, and as President of Worldwide Technical Fibers, Hoechst the following two years.
In 2002, Ed co-founded the Muñoz Investment Banking Group. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of Texas-Pan American Foundation and a member of the Council of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas atAustin. He was a Charter Member of the Executive Committee of the Bilateral (U.S.-Mexico) Business Council for Sustainable Development of the Gulf of Mexico, and Chairman of the International Advisory Council of Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi. An avid nature photographer, Ed is committed to the conservation of wildlife habitat. He holds a B.S. degree in Polymer Chemistry from the University of Texas, and an MBA degree from Texas A&M University.


Edward H. Muñoz, Director | Images for Conservation Fund

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Edward H. Muñoz, Director

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Ed Muñoz
Edward H. Muñoz has a successful 30-year leadership record in the global chemical and plastics industry and in emerging technologies. Ed joined the Hoechst Celanese organization in 1988 as Director of Manufacturing for Engineering Resins. In 1990, he was promoted to Vice President and General Manager of the Plastics Division of Hoechst Celanese, and in the following year, became President of the Advanced Materials Group.
He held several Senior and CEO positions with Celanese and the Hoechst Corporate Group, including CEO of Ticona and the Mexican Celanese subsidiary, Celanese Mexicana, S.A., at that time the largest privately owned chemical processing company in Mexico, with sales of over one billion dollars. Ed went on to serve as President for the Worldwide Pigments Strategic Business Unit of Hoechst, AG, in Frankfurt, Germany, and as President of Worldwide Technical Fibers, Hoechst the following two years.
In 2002, Ed co-founded the Muñoz Investment Banking Group. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of Texas-Pan American Foundation and a member of the Council of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas atAustin. He was a Charter Member of the Executive Committee of the Bilateral (U.S.-Mexico) Business Council for Sustainable Development of the Gulf of Mexico, and Chairman of the International Advisory Council of Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi. An avid nature photographer, Ed is committed to the conservation of wildlife habitat. He holds a B.S. degree in Polymer Chemistry from the University of Texas, and an MBA degree from Texas A&M University.


Edward H. Muñoz was named ...

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Edward H. Muñoz was named chief executive officer of Ticona and a member of the Board of Celanese AG in 1999.Muñoz's previous experience includes positions as a process chemist, application development chemist, production superintendent and technical manager at the Celanese Chemical Company (1967-1979).He was also managing director of Ticona, a joint venture, where he was instrumental in coordinating technical and production know-how among the Hoechst, Celanese and Japanese partners (1980-1984); and operations director for medical services and vice president of engineering and packaging for the pharmaceutical division with Baxter Travenol (1984-1988).He also served as director of manufacturing for Engineering Resins, vice president of the Plastics Division of Hoechst Celanese, president of the advanced Materials Group (1988-1992) and general director of Celanese Mexicana, S.A., an affiliate of Hoechst Celanese and Hoechst AG in 1993.In 1995, he was appointed president of the Worldwide Pigments Strategic Business Unit for Hoechst AG in Frankfurt, Germany, and later chaired a Hoechst Corporate group that developed strategic options for the divestment of Trevira.In 1998, he was appointed president of Worldwide Technical Fivers and led the negotiating team that sold Hoechst's polyester business to Kosa.Muñoz has served as a member of the executive committee of the Chemical Manufacturers Association of Mexico (ANIQ); chairman of the United Fund program in Mexico (1995); member of the board of trustees for The University of Texas-Pan American and member on the Council of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin.Muñoz received his bachelor's degree in polymer chemistry from UT Austin in 1967 and his M.B.A. from Texas A&M University in 1979.

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