2016-2017 SATA Board of Directors
Dick Christensen, Diversified CPC; Ryan Dailey, CyCan Industries; Jack Finnell, DS Containers; Kim Miller, Honeywell; Bob Reynolds, Zep Inc; Paul Hvizda, Admiral Products; Pierce Pillon, ITW Techspray; Lori Parker, Arylessence; Elena Badiuzzi, ITW Pro Brands; Larry Beaver, RSC Chemical Solutions; Nathan Barnes, Spray-Lock Inc; Matt Morris, ITW CCE; Ed Freesmeier, Aerofil Technology
Missing: Dan Padgett, Plaze-Georgia; Doug Raymond, 3R
About Our Association
In 1981, four Aerosol Industry icons determined there was mutual benefit and strength derived from joining together to work on common industry issues. Over the ensuing 30+ years, the Southern Aerosol Technical Association (SATA) has remained one of the oldest and largest regional Aerosol Associations. The SATA organization is made up of custom fillers, marketers and vendors.
SATA is primarily a forum for the presentation of technical advancements in the manufacture, formulation and marketing of aerosol products.
The membership meets twice yearly with the stated Mission of providing forums for the sharing of technical, regulatory and marketing information for the enhancement, promotion and growth of the aerosol industry.
- The Southern Aerosol Technical Association will grow its membership while maintaining industry diversity including marketer/fillers, marketers, consultants, aerosol related associations, aerosol publications, contract fillers and vendors to the aerosol industry.
- The SATA Board of Directors will be a working team promoting membership involvement and stewardship including the promotion of aerosol can recycling.
- SATA will deliver high quality and diverse programs and communications which expose members to the latest technological, regulatory and legislative developments that affect the aerosol industry.
- SATA will be a proactive organization that influences actions and activities affecting the aerosol industry by maintaining a public relations agenda that communicates the facts about the aerosol packaging form.
- SATA will network with other aerosol organizations to continually build true working alliances with unified goals and expectations for the aerosol industry.
Who We Are
- The Southern Aerosol Technical Association is primarily a forum for the presentation and sharing of information between manufacturers, formulators and marketers of aerosol products.
- Topics addressed at the SATA meetings are not limited to those that may be strictly ‘technical’ in nature. In other words, you don’t need to be an aerosol chemist to derive value from attending a SATA meeting. It is worth noting that presentations given at meetings are not intended to be commercial advertisements but rather technical presentations on subjects that are relevant to the advancement of the aerosol industry in general.
- Some of the topics presented at a SATA meeting will address the marketing of aerosol products with respect to the safety and use of the aerosol package, advancements in aerosol recycling and public relations efforts on behalf of the aerosol industry as a whole.
- Key presentations and updates in the arena of regulatory developments are one of the main features presented at each meeting. At the end of each meeting a special open forum is offered. It's known as the ‘regulatory roundtable discussion’. The regulatory roundtable session presents attendees with the opportunity to discuss any variety of specialized regulatory issues that may not have been addressed during the general meeting.
- The SATA organization is one of several similar aerosol organizations in the industry. Its primary emphasis is on the dissemination of information related to cutting edge technologies reflective of advancements in state-of-the-art manufacturing, safety, formulating and marketing practices.
To provide forums for the development and sharing of technical, regulatory and marketing information to enhance and promote the growth of the aerosol industry.
SATA is the Southern Aerosol Technical Association that provides a forum for the presentation of new technology and innovative ideas that benefit manufacturers, suppliers and the consumer. Technical presentations at the Spring and Fall SATA meetings highlight recent advancements made in the formulation and production of aerosols. Please consider attending one or both of the SATA meetings. People involved in the production, formulation, marketing or recycling of aerosol products will benefit from their participation in and support of the SATA organization.