Vertellus appoints former PolyOne exec as next CEO

Vertellus appoints former PolyOne exec as next CEO

6:31 AM, 26th October 2018
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INDIANAPOLIS, US: Vertellus has appointed former president of PolyOne’s global colour and additives business as its next CEO. Effective immediately, John Van Hulle brings to Vertellus more than three decades of leadership experience in the speciality chemical and plastics industries serving business sectors.

“Vertellus has a robust portfolio of existing technologies as well as a pipeline of promising innovations that position the company to drive value for our customers and stakeholders. I am honoured and delighted to be part of a team committed to using Vertellus’ technologies and expertise to deliver value to customers around the globe,” said Van Hulle.

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