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By John D. Oravecz
Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, 12:45 p.m.
 

PPG Industries Inc. on Thursday announced added responsibilties for four executives effective on March 1.

Michael H. McGarry, executive vice president, will oversee the company's architectural coatings and flat glass businesses. Viktoras R. Sekmakas, executive vice president, will oversee the fiber glass business, purchasing and logistics. Jean-Marie Greindl, vice president, automotive coatings in Europe, Middle East and Africa, was named president of PPG EMEA. And Bryan N. Iams, vice president, corporate communications and marketing, will have responsibility for government and community affairs.

J. Rich Alexander, executive vice president, will retire effective March 1.

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