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Managment Strategy Henrik Bernquist is Nexam Chemical’s New Business Development Manager

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Nexam Chemical has appointed Henrik Bernquist as the company’s new Business Development Manager. Bernquist will be joining the firm on April 1, 2020 and focus on commercially developing the company’s ‘High Performance’ range.

Henrik Bernquist has a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering with long experience from R&D and Product Management.
Henrik Bernquist has a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering with long experience from R&D and Product Management.
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Sweden – Nexam Chemical has recently recruited Henrik Bernquist as Business Development Manager for the company. He will take up his position on April 1, 2020 and will most recently come from an assignment at Flint Group, where he worked as product manager. However, most of his career has been placed in Perstorp. He has a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering with long experience from R&D and Product Management. At Nexam Chemical, Bernquist's foremost tasks will initially focus on commercially developing the High Performance range.

“It feels extremely positive to be able to start the year with an offensive recruitment. As we have grown very strongly in several areas, there has been a need to strengthen the organisation. High Performance is an area where we see great potential. Henry's background makes him very suitable to take on this assignment, ”says Johan Arvidsson CEO of Nexam Chemical.

“I am very much looking forward to working at Nexam Chemical. This is a company in strong growth where I hope to contribute with my experience. There is a product portfolio that has every opportunity to grow for many years,” says Henrik Bernquist.

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