Royal DSM has appointed Shruti Singhal as President of DSM Engineering Plastics. Singhal will report to Dimitri de Vreeze, Member of DSM’s Managing Board and succeed Roeland Polet who is expected to retire next year.
With this move, the new JV has plans to immediately upgrade Nenter’s facilities in order to ensure compliance with DSM’s safety, health and environmental standards. For this purpose, production will be put on hold and the shutdown will continue until significant upgrades have been completed.
Royal DSM’s Supervisory Board will nominate Erica Mann for its new Supervisory Board member and will also re-appoint Pauline van der Meer Mohr to the Board. With these nominations, the company aims to further strengthen the Board’s profile with regards to international business experience and experience in executive leadership of large corporations.
With this move, DSM has become the first European company in its sector to join 180 leading companies with validated science-based targets. The company plans to reduce 30 % of its greenhouse gas emissions from direct production and purchased energy in absolute terms by 2030 compared to 2016.
The new company is expected to produce zero-calorie, sweet-tasting molecules through fermentation, thus, offering food and beverage manufacturers an even more scalable, sustainable and low cost-in-use solution.
Kaum ins Jahr gestartet, präsentieren die nächsten fünf Unternehmen neue Manager. Lonza tauscht die Spitze aus und bekommt einen neuen CEO. BASF hat einen neue Leiter des Bereichs Advanced Materials & Systems Research. Rentschler Biopharma wartet mit einem neuen Senior Vice President Project Management auf. DSM freut sich auf eine neue Chief Innovation Officer. Ebenfalls einen neuen Chef hat Romaco Kilian. Auch das Team der Messe Cleanzone hat sich personell verstärkt.
Royal DSM and the industrial bioscience company Amyris have enhanced their strategic alliance through the sale of Amyris Brasil Ltda to DSM and the establishment of a long-term manufacturing partnership for Amyris’ high-volume products.
Bei der Entwicklung und Vermarktung biologischer Pflanzenschutzmittel und Biostimulanzien wollen DSM und Syngenta künftig zusammenarbeiten. Wer dabei welche Kompetenzen einbringen will, lesen Sie hier.