PE100+ Association's Board of Directors re-elected
Mar 16, 2006
At the annual Member meeting on February 22nd 2005, the PE100+ Association elected Robin Bresser, Borealis Pipe Marketing Manager, as its new President. André Scheelen from BP, the previous President, decided not to stay in the Board of the Association but will keep an active role in the Member meeting.
- President and Chairman: Robin Bresser, Borealis
- Vice President: Ulrich Schulte, Basell Polyolefins
- Secretary: Serge Bettonville, BP HDPE
- Treasurer: Aloys Hutten, SABIC EuroPetrochemicals
- Advisory Committee: Christine Bertrand, TOTAL Petrochemicals
- Asia & MEA member: Shinichi Nagano, Mitsui Chemicals Polyethylene
Furthermore, Nora Mäkelä-Vaarne from Borealis, took over from Jenny Wang as the Marketing Manager of the Association. The member companies also thanked Jenny Wang for her excellent work in the PE100+ Association’s industry recognised promotion work. The Association warmly welcomed Mitsui Chemicals, who joined the Association in November 2004, at the member meeting. "We think it a great honor to be the first non-European member that has joined the PE100+ Association. We look forward to promoting respectable PE100 products under the statutes of the Association." said Mr. Shinichi Nagano, Manager of Mitsui Chemicals Polyethylene Division.
The pipe management of the six member companies also highly praised the achievements and image the Association has reached in the past years and stated that the Association continues to invite any parties whose products can meet the PE100+ requirements. "The PE100+ Association has indeed set a benchmark for the pipe industry on providing PE pipe products with consistently high quality." said by Dieter Bilda, Business Manager of SABIC. The statutes of the Association require a yearly election of the board members, who are representatives of the member companies.
The PE100+ Association
Founded on the 24th of February 1999, the PE100+ Association is an industry organisation of several polyethylene (PE) manufacturers. Its objective is to guarantee consistent quality at the highest level in the production and the use of PE100 pipe material. By monitoring the most critical properties of enhanced requirements, it is able to issue a "PE100+ Association Positive List of Materials" on a regular basis. The Association also aims to create a promotion platform for the use of PE piping in general.
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