Arkema Names Engineer VP of Safety and Environment

March 2, 2020

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Arkema Names Engineer VP of Safety and Environment

Materials and coatings manufacturer Arkema has appointed Eric Cassisa, an engineer with the National Higher Institute of Chemical Industries, Nancy (ENSIC), as Vice President of Safety and Environment, the firm announced in a recent release.  

The 52-year-old started his career in 1991 at BP Chemicals. During his tenure at the company, Cassisa took on technical and project management duties, and was involved in commercial activities for polyethylene licenses. He also served as Business Manager of the Olefins Division in Europe.

After joining INEOS in 2005, he occupied a number of operational-related roles, including managing plants with 150 to 500 workers, in the U.S. and Europe. Cassisa became Industrial Director for INEOS Enterprises in 2015, supervising 25 facilities and some 3,000 workers. 

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Cassisa holds a degree in industrial production management and mechanical engineering from the University of Edinburgh and an MBA from the University of Aix-en-Provence. 

Last December, Arkema said its company Bostik plans to acquire Danish construction chemicals producer LIP Byngningsartikler AS (LIP), expanding its foothold in Scandinavia. 

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