While it may not be the most exciting reading material in the world, this 1957
In 1961, he was transferred to Nassau, the
Bahamas, as area chemist in the Caribbean Area Office of The
Mr. Goizueta was transferred to the Company's Atlanta headquarters in 1964 on special assignment with the Technical Research and Development Department. In 1965, he was named assistant to the vice president, Technical Research and Development, and in 1966 he was elected vice president.
I was grateful when one of our retired employees from the Technical office found this document while cleaning out his house and gave me the copy of the report this week. He said that even 50 years later, the study was considered to be the most thorough written on the topic and that the attention to detail that would mark Roberto Goizueta's later career was already fully evident. ^TR
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