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David Rolph to leave Borealis

David Rolph will be leaving Borealis at the end of July after heading the Polyolefins Business Group for approaching six years. During this time the overall business performance has been transformed and he leaves a far stronger technical and commercial organisation in place to take the business into its next phase of development.

John Taylor, Chief Executive of Borealis comments: "We would like to thank David for the many contributions he has made to significantly improve the performance of Borealis, both in leading the Polyolefins Business Group and as a member of the Executive Board. We wish him and his family all the best in the future."

From August until further notice, the Polyolefins Business Group will report to the CEO Designate, Mark Garrett.

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