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Corbion CTO resigns, citing personal reasons

11:33 AM, 24th September 2015
Corbion CTO resigns, citing personal reasons

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: Corbion NV said that Sven Thormahlen, chief technology officer (CTO) and management board member will leave Corbion for personal reasons with immediate effect.

Thormahlen’s tasks and responsibilities as CTO will temporarily be covered by the CEO of Corbion and the company will announce a successor in due course, it said.

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