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Borealis CEO Garrett steps down, to be succeeded by Alfred Stern

April 6, 2018
Chemical Value Chain

Borealis CEO Mark Garrett has decided to leave the company “to pursue a new career path,” the company says. The Borealis supervisory board says it “regrets but accepts this decision” and has appointed Alfred Stern to succeed Garrett as CEO, effective 2 July.

Stern is currently executive vice president/polyolefin business and innovation at Borealis. He joined the company in 2008 and earlier worked at the former DuPont. Stern jointed the Borealis board in 2012.

By Ian Young

Source: Chemweek

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