Styron appoints Pugh as Senior Vice President Plastics

Styron appoints Pugh as Senior Vice President for Plastics

11:30 AM, 15th January 2013
Styron appoints Pugh as Senior Vice President for Plastics

BERWYN, US: Styron announced the appointment of Martin Pugh as Senior Vice President and Business President, Plastics of Styron effective from 1 March 2013. He will be a member of the Executive Leadership Team.

“We are extremely pleased to name a Plastics Business President with Martin’s senior strategic experience in the chemical industry. His vast experience in various plastics businesses and his European-centric career, skills and relationships will help take Styron’s Plastics business including Styrenic Polymers, Automotive and Polycarbonate Compounds and Blends (PCC&B) to the next level,” said Chris Pappas, President and CEO, Styron.

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