Songwon leadership team at full force with new EVP Corporate Manufacturing and Engineering

Songwon Industrial has announced that Giacomo Sasselli has joined the group as Executive Vice President Corporate Manufacturing and Engineering. This completes the strategy Songwon announced in March 2011 to establish a new organization for the group with a team of first class executives.

Mr. Sasselli, who started his career with the Italian Enichem group, has built an exceptionally strong technical foundation through focusing on the development of new chemical technologies and the improvement of existing ones, in a wide variety of chemistry industrial applications worldwide. Giacomo broadened his experience as a site manager, following which he joined Great Lakes Chemical Corporation. Here he expanded this role, taking responsibility for operations with a key emphasis on the technical-economic performance of a worldwide network of polymer additives production sites.

Jongho Park, Chairman and CEO of Songwon Group, commented: “We are delighted to have an executive of Giacomo’s caliber joining us. Songwon has set a course to recruit the best possible leaders and has shown its determination in pursuing its strategic direction to grow into a major global player in the specialty chemicals industry. Giacomo completes the leadership team, which will further enhance our ability to realize our ambitious goals. With more than 20 years experience in the polymer additives field, together with his passion, creativity and proven results, he will be able to make a valuable contribution in establishing Songwon Group as the global industry partner of choice, through delivering solutions that meet the demands of our customers in the challenging times ahead.”

For more information, visit: www.songwonind.com

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