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SABIC Europe welcomes two new BoD members
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May '08
Mosaed Al Ohali
Mosaed Al Ohali
Mosaed Al-Ohali recently joined the Managing Board of SABIC Europe in the position of Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director Chemicals and Intermediates and Huub Meessen will join the Managing Board as Managing Director Polymers.

They succeed Abdullah Bazid and Koos van Haasteren, respectively, who both have been appointed in positions at SABIC Headquarters in Riyadh.

Mosaed Al-Ohali graduated from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran (Saudi Arabia), where he gained a master's degree in chemical engineering.

He joined SABIC in 1984 and has held several positions within the company. Most recently he was Vice President of the Strategic Business Unit Specialty Products (2006-2008), Vice President of the Strategic Business Unit Fertilizers (2004-2006) and President of SABIC's joint venture with Shell, SADAF (1999-2004).

Huub Meessen graduated from the Technical University of Eindhoven (the Netherlands), where he studied Industrial Engineering and Management Science.

He joined DSM in 1987 and has held several positions in the polyolefins business. He became Director Demand Chain Management in 2001 and since 2004 he was Director Business Unit LL/LDPE.

Boy Litjens, CEO and Chairman of the SABIC Europe: “I very much welcome such experienced colleagues into the European Managing Board.

Mosaed Al-Ohali has extensive managerial experience within the global SABIC organization and Huub Meessen with his background in our European polyolefins business. They will add of lot value to the further growth of SABIC in Europe.

Saudi Basic Industries Corporation


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