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Ecolab appoints Alex Blanco as Executive Vice President

10:37 AM, 10th January 2013
Ecolab appoints Alex Blanco as Executive Vice President

ST PAUL, US: Alex Blanco has joined Ecolab as executive vice president and chief supply chain officer, effective from 1 January 2013. Blanco will oversee the company’s global supply chain operations, including Ecolab’s 98 manufacturing plants and more than 200 distribution and other supply chain facilities around the world.

“Alex is a superb leader who has a track record building world-class supply chain capabilities. We are delighted to have him join our leadership team,” said Douglas M Baker, Jr, Chairman and CEO, Ecolab.

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