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Hempel's new CEO has acceded

Hempel's new CEO has acceded

01-03-2016 12:00:00


Henrik Andersen has joined Hempel A/S from March 1. In a month he will replace Pierre-Yves Jullien as CEO. One of his main tasks will be to ensure that Hempel Group reaches its objectives of the new 2020 strategy, Journey to Excellence, which will expand Hempel's role as one of the world's leading producers of paint products.

"I look forward to convert the strategy to action with all Hempel employees. We are in an exciting, challenging global competition that requires that we work together on the opportunities and challenges," says Henrik Andersen.

Henrik Andersen has a history in ISS, which he joined in 2000. Here he became part of ISS' Executive Board in 2011. First as Group CFO and from 2013 Group COO. Henrik Andersen spent seven years in the UK; most recently as CEO of ISS UK and the company's 43,000 employees. He has a law degree from Aarhus University and a Diploma in International Finance from Aarhus School of Business.

Source: Hempel / Maritime Denmark


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