Celanese appoints Kulkarni as Chief Technology Innovation Officer

Celanese appoints Kulkarni as Chief Technology and Innovation Officer

11:29 AM, 30th November 2012
Celanese appoints Kulkarni as Chief Technology and Innovation Officer

DALLAS, US: Celanese Corporation has appointed Dr Ashish K Kulkarni as Chief Technology and Innovation Officer. The appointment of Kulkarni, currently the company’s vice president of research and development, AEM and Emulsions, supports the company’s increased emphasis on applying its process, product and application technology expertise against customer-focused innovation.

“Ashish will continue leading global research and development efforts for AEM and Emulsions. His additional responsibilities will include accelerating collaboration across and within the company’s four business segments to enhance the company’s dual capabilities in technology-enabled chemistry and customer-oriented solutions. These capabilities, detailed earlier this year at Celanese’s Technology Day, will be leveraged to address global macro trends including environmental concerns, resource scarcity, the growing middle class and safety, health & wellness,” said Mark Rohr, Chairman and CEO, Celanese.

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