IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- International Isotopes Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: INIS) is pleased to announce the appointment of James Mayer as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
James Mayer joined International Isotopes as Chief Operating Officer on January 11, 2008. Mr. Mayer received his Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering from Texas A & M University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He has over 25 years of management experience in the U.S. Navy as well as civilian corporations and he has previously served as Facility Manager, Senior Project Engineer, and Production Manager at a Fortune 500 corporation.
Steve T. Laflin, International Isotopes Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer said, "The Company has not previously had a COO position. However, our rapidly growing manufacturing operations and increasing corporate demands created by additional business opportunities for the Company dictate the need for a dedicated COO. Mr. Mayer has in-depth familiarity with the nuclear industry as well as the commercial sector. He brings with him solid business, management, and operational skills and broad-based experience in manufacturing. He is an outstanding fit to our team and I am certain he will become a valuable asset to the Company as we strive to improve our production efficiencies, reduce operating costs, and incorporate new product lines into the Idaho operations."
About International Isotopes Inc.
International Isotopes Inc. manufactures a full range of nuclear
medicine calibration and reference standards, high purity fluoride gases,
and a variety of cobalt-60 products such as teletherapy sources. The
Company also provides a wide selection of radioisotopes and radiochemicals
for medical devices, calibration, clinical research, life sciences, and
industrial applications and provides a host of analytical, measurement,
recycling, and processing services on
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