DSM Dyneema Names President’s Successor
, Silicones and Consumer Products businesses. Prior to joining DSM, Golnar was a member of the European Executive Committee responsible for Emerald Kalama Chemical’s plasticizer business in Europe and the Middle East. She has vast international business experience in the chemical industry, having lived and worked in the Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Hungary, France and Germany. Golnar holds a Master of Arts degree & Postgraduate Studies in Ecology from the Applied Sciences Faculty of the University of Brussels.
UK Growth at Seal Analytical
has joined our UK team," says SEAL President Stuart Smith. "Working from our new facilities in Southampton, Fareham, our UK business is performing extremely well, and Rob's appointment will help us to fulfil the next stage of our growth plan." After working as a researcher in the chemical industry, Hardy studied Chemistry at Newcastle University, and completed a thesis on the synthesis of novel catalysts. He has since worked in a variety of positions; all focused on meeting the needs of analytical laboratories. “In recent years, my role has been to help laboratories develop
Teledyne Bowtech Names Beswick General Manager
the role of General Manager at Teledyne Bowtech Ltd. Beswick was previously Managing Director of Tritech International Ltd from 2008 having joined as Finance Director in 2007. Prior to joining Tritech, Beswick had spent most of his career in international roles within the specialist chemical industry. Simon is an engineering graduate and holds an MBA from Oxford University. Beswick succeeds Steve Bowring who leaves the company at the end of April having led the company since its foundation in 1989. Teledyne Technologies Incorporated acquired Bowtech in February 2015.
Stolt-Nielsen Norwalk Tanker Staff will move to Houston
office will be closed. Costs of the relocation will be borne between now and the completion of the relocation. "While office relocations are always difficult, the move is hard to argue against," said Niels G. Stolt-Nielsen, CEO of SNL. "Our customers are in Houston, the chemical industry is in Houston and our ships call in Houston. Consolidating our U.S. operations in Texas will allow us to better integrate our teams and achieve synergies not currently possible, both vital in today's increasingly competitive environment."