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Koos van Haasteren to leave Sabic, Mark Williams appointed as his successor

March 23, 2015
Chemical Value Chain
Sabic Europe today confirmed that Mark Williams, 47, has been appointed v.p. Sabic Europe replacing Koos van Haasteren who decided to leave the company. Williams assumes his new role on 1 April 2015. He is currently senior general manager manufacturing based at Sittard, Netherlands. Prior to this job, Williams was handling a restructuring assignment in Europe for more than one year and before that he was site manager at the Wilton, United Kingdom site, which Sabic acquired from Huntsman in 2007.   
 
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By Natasha Alperowicz
 
 

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