Trinseo appoints new global business director adhesives construction

Trinseo appoints new global business director adhesives and construction

10:24 AM, 5th December 2018
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HORGEN, SWITZERLAND: Trinseo (TSE) has appointed Lauren Pagano as global business director adhesives and construction for latex binders. In this newly created position, Pagano will have a key role in driving the global latex binders strategy of growing the adhesives and construction business.

Pagano will have global responsibility to develop this business and grow in these strategic markets. She will further shape and develop the business strategy in close alignment with the regional latex binders business directors, the company said.

Pagano has worked for Worthington Industries, driving the integration of a recently bought Europe-based company. Before that, Pagano was with HB Fuller for almost 10 years in various roles.

“We’re excited about where our latex binders business is headed, and what Lauren will bring to this new role that has a clear objective to grow strategic adhesives and construction markets around the world. Her experience on the customer side will bring a greater customer centric approach that will help us develop new products, technology and chemistry,” said Rudiger Schmitz, global business director for latex binders at Trinseo.

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