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ALBIS PLASTIC – personnel changes

26.09.2016

The management board of the ALBIS PLASTIC Group has announced that Carsten W. Wörner, Chief Sales Officer at ALBIS PLASTIC will, by mutual agreement, leave the company on 30 September 2016. Wörner took on the position of CSO on 1 April 2012 and since then has lead worldwide sales and the technical applications department. He was also responsible for the structural adjustment of sales as part of the progressive internationalization strategy.

- Carsten W. Wörner, Chief Sales Officer at ALBIS PLASTIC, is leaving the company
-  Ian Mills, Managing Director ALBIS (UK) Ltd., will be the new CSO
"We would like to thank Mr. Wörner for his commitment and successful work. Mr. Wörner has greatly influenced ALBIS PLASTIC's sales organization and in so doing has contributed to the excellent results the ALBIS Group has had over the last few years," explained Philip Krahn, CEO at ALBIS PLASTIC.
Ian Mills will become the next Chief Sales Officer. As Managing Director of ALBIS (UK) Ltd. and Regional Sales Director for the North East region, Mills has valuable experience to bring to the role and to the sustainable development of the ALBIS Group sales organization. Before he joined the company in 2007, business graduate Mills gained relevant experience in various management positions within the plastics industry. Mills will take on his new role as CSO from 1 October 2016. Initially, he will also continue with his management role at ALBIS (UK) Ltd.
"Ian Mills is an industry expert and very familiar with the ALBIS corporate group. We are very pleased to have such an experienced manager to take on the CSO position," said Krahn.
ALBIS PLASTIC profile in brief
ALBIS PLASTIC is one of the leading globally operating companies in the distribution and compounding of technical thermoplastics. In addition to the product portfolio of well-known plastic manufacturers, ALBIS offers the plastic processing industry a diverse product range of high performance plastics, compound solutions and masterbatches. In 2015, the ALBIS Group, which has approximately 1200 employees, achieved sales of 905 million euros. With 23 foreign subsidiaries, the Hamburg based company is strongly represented in Europe with a growing presence in North Africa, the Far East and America.  

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