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Kemira appoints Tero Huovinen as Senior Vice President, Communications and Corporate Responsibility

June 30, 2015
Chemical Value Chain
Tero Huovinen has been appointed SVP, Communications and Corporate Responsibility of Kemira Oyj as of August 1, 2015. He reports to Kemira’s President and CEO Jari Rosendal. Huovinen has been working as VP, Investor Relations in Kemira since 2010. He will also continue in his current position on interim basis until the appointment of a new head of investor relations.
 
“Tero has been deeply involved in Kemira’s transformation in recent years and at the same time has lifted our investor relations function to an international level. As Kemira executes its growth focused strategy, Tero will support it by leading the Communications and Corporate Responsibility function with an aim to increase awareness and visibility for Kemira and to meet the continuously rising internal and external expectations for corporate responsibility,” says Kemira’s President and CEO, Jari Rosendal.
 
Leena Lie, Kemira Oyj’s current SVP, Communications and Corporate Responsibility will leave Kemira to take up the position of SVP, Communications at Cargotec Oyj. 
 
Source: Kemira Oyj

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