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Hempel Makes Executive Changes

Pernille Lind Olsen becomes new Group Vice President for Hempel Europe & Africa starting on 1 July 2020. Photo: Hempel

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Current Group Vice President for Hempel South & East Asia, Pernille Lind Olsen, becomes new Group Vice President for Hempel Europe & Africa starting on 1 July 2020. At the same time, current Finance Director for Hempel Middle East Jonathan Mercer will take over Pernille Lind Olsen's position as Group Vice Presi-dent for Hempel South & East Asia.

Olsen has been with Hempel since November 2013. Since then, she has held positions as Group Product Director, Group Product & Portfolio Director and, most recently, Group Vice President for South & East Asia.

Mercer joined Hempel-owned Crown Paints in the 90s. He moved to the Middle East in 2015 as Finance Director for Hempel's Middle East region.

Mar 26, 2020

 

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