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Dr. Matthew R. Pixton appointed Kemira's new Chief Technology Officer

December 26, 2017
Chemical Value Chain

Matthew R. Pixton (Ph.D. Chemical Engineering) has been appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and a member of the Management Board of Kemira as of January 1, 2018.

He was previously heading Kemira’s R&D and Technology, Americas organization in Atlanta, USA, and he will continue to be based in Atlanta in his new position. Matthew will report to Jari Rosendal, Kemira’s President and CEO.

Matthew has extensive experience in the specialty chemical and polymer industries with global and regional leadership roles in R&D, product and process development as well as technology. He joined Kemira in 2016 from Dow Corning Corporation, where he was Vice President of Science and Technology for the Hemlock Semiconductor Division.

Source: Kemira

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