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Dr. Stephan Glander New Division President of BYK Additives & Instruments

May 26, 2015
Chemical Value Chain
Dr. Stephan Glander (46) has been appointed new Managing Director of BYK-Chemie GmbH, based in Wesel, Germany, and worldwide President of BYK Additives & Instruments, the largest division in terms of sales of the specialty chemicals group ALTANA. He will take up these roles as of July 1, 2015, succeeding Dr. Christoph Schlünken, who became a member of the ALTANA Management Board in November 2014.
 
Dr. Glander brings many years of international management experience. With a PhD in chemistry and an MBA at Michigan State University, he held various management positions in major chemical companies such as Bayer AG. In his last role as Managing Director of the Engineering Plastics Division of Röchling, he had full responsibility for the Composites and Medical Plastics business units. Before that, from 2005 to 2012, he worked for Quadrant EPP AG in Switzerland as Business Line Manager Advanced Engineering Plastics and was later promoted to Global Director Marketing & Technology of the group.
 
“I am pleased that we have gained a true industry expert with excellent technical and management skills for our largest business unit,“ says ALTANA board member Dr. Christoph Schlünken. “I am confident that he will continue the BYK success story together with our employees here.”
 
Source: ALTANA

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