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SONGWON further streamlines its leadership structure

Ulsan, South Korea – February 18, 2021 – Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd. (www.songwon.com) the 2nd largest manufacturer of polymer stabilizers in the world, and key global player in the specialty chemicals business announced today that it has made further changes to its leadership structure to streamline the company moving forward.

The changes have been implemented to support faster decisions, simplified processes and enable SONGWON to increase its agility by returning to its traditionally lean organizational structure. With these changes, Philippe Schlaepfer, Leader Division Performance Chemicals / Chief Sustainability Officer, is leaving the company. SONGWON thanks him for his many years of dedication to the business. The responsibilities related to this business function have been split within the Group.

Reader enquiries

Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd.
Walzmühlestrasse 48
8500 Frauenfeld
Switzerland
+41 52 635 0000
marketing@​songwon.com
www.songwon.com

Notes for editors

About Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd.

A leader in the development, production and supply of specialty chemicals, SONGWON’s products touch your life every day, everywhere. Since 1965, we’ve been driving innovation, partnering for progress and paving the way for a better more sustainable tomorrow with 360° customized solutions.

Headquartered in South Korea, SONGWON is the 2nd largest manufacturer of polymer stabilizers worldwide. With Group companies and world-class manufacturing facilities across the globe, we are dedicated to providing customers in over 60 countries with high-performance products that meet their individual needs and the best levels of service.

For further information, please go to: www.songwon.com.

Editorial enquiries

Christine Hug
Corporate Communications Manager
Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd.

+41 52 635 0000
marketing@​songwon.com

Rita Verschuuren
Marketing Solutions NV

+32 33 13 03 11
rverschuuren@​marketing-solutions.com

 

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