Innophos names Dow Chemical executive as new CEO

Innophos names Dow Chemical executive as new CEO

5:50 AM, 18th November 2015
Innophos names Dow Chemical executive as new CEO

CRANBURY, US: Innophos Holdings Inc said it has appointed Dow Chemical executive Dr Kim Ann Mink as chief executive officer and president, effective 14 December, succeeding current CEO Randy Gress, who is retiring from the company after eleven years of service.

Gress will continue to serve as chairman during a transition period, expected, to last approximately three months.

Prior to this, Mink was business president of elastomers, electrical and telecommunications at The Dow Chemical Company since September 2012.

“Kim Ann’s track record and depth of experience make her uniquely qualified to succeed Randy and lead the company forward,” said Gary Cappeline, lead independent director,  Innophos board.

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