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Mark Dorn to become new Executive Vice President Adhesive Technologies
Effective February 1, 2023, Mark Dorn (49), currently Senior Vice President at Henkel with responsibility for the Adhesive Technologies business in the Asia-Pacific region, will be appointed Executive Vice President and member of the Management Board responsible for the Adhesive Technologies business unit. He succeeds Jan-Dirk Auris, who will leave the company at the end of January 2023 after around 35 years of successful service.
Henkel lands second industry award for high thermal conductivity gel TIM
Henkel today announced that its Bergquist Liqui Form TLF 10000 gel thermal interface material (TIM) has earned a prestigious NPI Award from Circuits Assembly magazine. The trophy was presented to the electronic materials leader during last week’s IPC APEX EXPO event in San Diego, CA, and marks the second notable industry honor for the groundbreaking thermal gel. Henkel’s 10.0 W/m-K TIM was also selected as a Global Technology Award winner by Global SMT & Packaging last year.
Henkel Consumer Brands rewards suppliers for outstanding contributions
For the first time, Henkel’s newly established business unit Henkel Consumer Brands recognized its top suppliers for their industry-leading performance in 2022 with an award ceremony. The event took place at the American Cleaning Institute Convention in Orlando, Florida, on January 30 with more than 200 registered participants. The top partners were awarded in three categories: BASF was honored with the “Sustainability Award”. Novozymes, Innospec and Firmenich received each a “Best Innovation Contributor Award”. The winner of the “Supply Resilience Award” was Symrise.
Henkel to exit its business in Russia
Against the background of the current developments of the war in Ukraine, Henkel has decided to exit its business activities in Russia. The execution process is now being prepared. Henkel will work closely with its teams in Russia on the details to ensure an orderly process. In the meantime, Henkel’s 2,500 employees in Russia will continue to be employed and paid. The expected financial impact for Henkel resulting from the planned exit cannot be quantified at this time.