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Linde AG reorganises executive board

December 10, 2018
Chemical Value Chain

The Supervisory Board of Linde AG has appointed Dr Sven Schneider spokesman of the company’s Executive Board. Sven Schneider, previously CFO of Linde AG, will take up his new position on the date on which Linde AG’s obligations under the Hold Separate Order of the US Federal Trade Commission cease to apply. Dr Schneider will also act as the company’s labour relations director.

At the same time, Eduardo F. Menezes will be appointed to the Executive Board and will be responsible for the EMEA gases business.

Bernd Eulitz, who is currently responsible for the EMEA gases business on Linde AG’s Executive Board, will take over the Americas gases business and the Lincare business unit when the Hold Separate Order expires.

Prof. Dr Aldo Belloni, Chairman of the Executive Board, will leave the Executive Board of Linde AG when the Hold Separate Order expires.

Source: The Linde Group

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