SABIC invests in Eastern Europe

February 2009
Chemical Business;Feb2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p79
Trade Publication
This article reports on the continued investments of the SABIC family of plastics businesses in the Eastern European market. SABIC Innovative Plastics and SABIC Europe have introduced its expanded sales team in a new sales office in Moscow, Russia. The team will offers customers regional expertise and a broad understanding of their unique needs, SABIC claims. Juri Bercovitz is the leader of SABIC Innovative Plastics, while Geert Drummen heads the SABIC Eastern Europe team.


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