Codexis Senior Vice President, Joseph Sarret resigns

Codexis Senior Vice President, Joseph Sarret resigns

11:40 AM, 22nd June 2012
Codexis Senior Vice President, Joseph Sarret resigns
Joseph Sarret, Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer, Codexis.

CALIFORNIA, US: Codexis Inc, a developer of industrial enzymes to enable the cost-advantaged production of biofuels, bio-based chemicals and pharmaceutical intermediates, announced that Joseph Sarret has resigned as Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer, effective from 23 August 2012. “The Codexis team and its core technology platform are a powerful combination. I am confident that Codexis products and technology will continue to make a significant impact in our target markets,” said Dr Sarret.

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