Israel Chemicals appoints new chief operating officer

Israel Chemicals appoints new chief operating officer

10:47 AM, 14th April 2016
Israel Chemicals appoints new chief operating officer

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL: Israel Chemicals Ltd (ICL) has appointed Charlie Weidhas, currently president of industrial products, as new chief operating officer (COO) of the company.

Charlie will replace Asher Grinbaum, who will retire as the executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective 1 July.

Grinbaum will retire from his position after forty-one years at the ICL, including more than eight years as EVP & COO, ICL said.

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