Dow names Haller as President Europe, Middle East Africa

Dow names Haller as President for Europe, Middle East and Africa

11:52 AM, 13th June 2012
Dow names Haller as President for Europe, Middle East and Africa
Heinz Haller, President for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Dow.

MIDLAND, US: Heinz Haller, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Dow, has been named President of Dow Europe, Middle East and Africa. His new responsibilities will be effective from 1 August 2012. In this role, he will lead geographic strategies in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, as well as continue to be responsible for corporate Marketing & Sales and commercial new business growth activities, including key new joint ventures and subsidiaries including Dow Aksa, Dow Kokam and the Government Markets Business Unit.

He will also continue as a member of Dow AgroSciences Members Committee and Dow’s new Olympics business unit will continue to report to him. In addition, he will continue as a member of Dow’s Executive Leadership Committee, the business operations team and the strategy board.

“Heinz has the drive, energy and mandate to take our geographic strategies and commercial capabilities to the next level, a vital component to truly becoming a customer driven growth company. Given the continued global economic volatility and uncertainty, we must not wait for the world to change; instead we must create our future growth and demand for our solutions and products around the world. These leadership changes will enable consistency and diligent progress on our transformational strategy,” said Andrew Liveris, Chairman and CEO, Dow.

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