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BASF names Toomey Senior Vice President of North American Coatings business

October 15, 2014
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Christopher Toomey, Senior Vice President of Regional Procurement for BASF in North America , will assume responsibility for the BASF Coatings business in North America, effective November 1. He succeeds Juan Carlos Ordoñez, Senior Vice President, who will move to lead the BASF Performance Materials division in Wyandotte, Michigan.
 
Before joining BASF in 2011, Toomey worked for Cognis, where he was Vice President and General Manager of Functional Products and Vice President of Human Resources and Communications.
 
About the Coatings division
 
BASF’s Coatings division develops, produces and markets innovative automotive coatings, automotive refinishes and industrial coatings as well as decorative paints. We operate sites in Europe, North America and South America as well as Asia Pacific. Within this network, we collaborate closely with our customers all over the world. In 2013, the Coatings division achieved global sales of €2.9 billion. More information about the division is available at www.basf-coatings.com .
 
Source: BASF

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