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News: Screen Printing
PolyOne Names New President of Color, Additives and Inks
PolyOne Corp., Avon Lake, Ohio, recently announced that Woon Keat Moh has been appointed as the new president of the company’s color, additives and inks segments.
“Moh is a global leader, natural collaborator and results-driven professional who has always lived our core values and our commitment to serving customers,” says Robert M. Patterson, chairman, president and CEO, PolyOne Corp. “His insights and expertise have been invaluable as a member of PolyOne’s leadership team, and I’m thrilled he’ll now be contributing on an even deeper level, as he leads our color segment for future growth.”
With more than 20 years of experience in the specialty polymer sector, Moh joined PolyOne in 2010 and has since delivered success in each of his expanded roles thereafter, according to the company. These included sales director for PolyOne’s color and additives segment in Asia, general manager of Engineered Materials Asia, and most recently as vice president for the Asia region.
Prior to joining PolyOne, Moh previously worked for Bayer and Clariant, where he served in various commercial leadership roles. Moh holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of New Brunswick. He will begin his new role Jan. 1. and will be based in PolyOne’s world headquarters in Avon Lake.
“I’m extremely proud to lead our innovative, global team of associates in the dynamic and diverse markets we serve with our colors, additives and inks,” Moh says. “I look forward to helping our customers overcome their business challenges with our growing sustainable solutions portfolio and world-class service.” — D.S.
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