Evonik appoints new global lubricants marketing manager

Evonik appoints new global lubricants marketing manager

9:23 AM, 13th July 2016
Evonik appoints new global lubricants marketing manager
Mukund Bhure appointed as the global industrial lubricants marketing manager.

DARMSTADT, GERMANY: Evonik’s oil additives business line has appointed Mukund Bhure to the role of global industrial lubricants marketing manager.

Mukund joined Evonik’s oil additives business line in April 2010 from Chevron lubricants, where he was responsible for the sale of industrial lubricants and Chevron’s OEM business in India.

In this role, he will be responsible for leadership of the wind turbine and general industrial gear oils business globally, and will relocate from his current location in Mumbai, India to Evonik’s Horsham, Pennsylvania Technology Center in the US.

Mukund's recent focus has been on developing business opportunities in India for both oil additives’ DYNAVIS and NUFLUX technology brands. Recent successes have included the signing of license contracts for DYNAVIS technology with two of India’s largest companies in the lubricants industry. He brings to his new role more than 24 years of successful sales and marketing experience with lubricants as well as specialty chemicals.

Since joining Evonik, Mukund has successfully led the growth of Evonik’s oil additives business in India, established a strong team, and developed an excellent reputation for himself and Evonik with our customers and OEMs,” said Michael Zink, Evonik’s oil additives VP for strategic marketing. 

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