24 May 2013 19:34 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--The chief executive of Trinidad and Tobago’s Methanol Holdings (Trinidad) Limited (MHTL) resigned this week for personal reasons, according to stories in two of the Caribbean country’s newspapers on Friday.
Rampersad Motilal, who became MHTL’s CEO in 1995, could not be reached immediately.
A newspaper story quoted the company’s chief financial officer, Nello Ramkissoon, saying that Motilal had resigned for personal reasons and that his successor had not been named.
MHTL, which operates five methanol plants in Trinidad, did not respond immediately to a phone call and email about the resignation.
Southern Chemical Corp in Houston, the North American marketing arm for MHTL, said it was not issuing a statement.
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