Bayer MaterialScience names MacCleary as President NAFTA

Bayer MaterialScience names MacCleary as President for NAFTA

4:42 AM, 19th April 2012
Bayer MaterialScience names MacCleary as President for NAFTA
Patrick Thomas, President and CEO, Bayer MaterialScience.

PITTSBURGH, US: Bayer MaterialScience named Jerry MacCleary as President for the NAFTA region, effective from 1 June 2012. MacCleary assumes the leadership of the company’s operations in the region from Greg Babe, who recently announced his retirement from Bayer. In addition, MacCleary will retain his leadership of the polyurethanes marketing and business development activities of Bayer MaterialScience for the NAFTA region.

“Jerry brings more than 30 years of experience in Bayer’s materials businesses to this leadership role. His knowledge and expertise in this industry will be critical as we look to continue to build on our position in this important region,” said Patrick Thomas, President and CEO, Bayer MaterialScience. 

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