Pierre-Yves Jullien resigns as Hempel CEO

Hempel CEO Pierre-Yves Jullien has announced already now that he will resign in one year, at the latest. The board expects revenue to surpass USD 1.4 billion this year.

Pierre-Yves Jullien, CEO of Hempel, who has spent more than 40 years in total with the historical coating manufacturer, has decided to step down by March 31st 2016 at the latest.

Hempel informs in a statement that the process of finding his successor will begin now.

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