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Cascade Controls Changes Corporate Identity to Cascade Solutions
Date:8/19/2008

ncorporating sophisticated data collection and reporting into an existing system has become integral to a company's success, especially in the chemical industry. We are able to show customers the smartest, most effective way to integrate into their existing automation system the very latest data management and IT services available."

As a part of Cascade Solutions' new identity, the company developed a newly stated company promise, "Success Delivered," which will appear on all future communications. Says Mr. Sever, "Those two words pretty much say it all at our company."

Cascade Solutions was founded in 1994 by Sever in Chicago, Illinois and was joined by Katzinski a year later. Their life science customers have included Abbott Laboratories, Amgen, Biogen Idec, Genentech, and Pfizer. Chemical processing customers include DSM, Flint Hills Resources, Koppers, GreatPoint Energy, Praxair, Rhodia, Rohm & Haas, Sun Chemical, and Uniqema. The company continually looks for new challenges and opportunities to provide services on the information side of the business, for a truly integrated process, automation and IT capability.

For more information, visit http://www.cascadesolutions.com, or call Jeff Boesiger, Vice President Business Development, 708.802.6000, Ext. 216.


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