Download list
Locations / Sites
Contacts
Login
Back to News

Herbert Willerth assumes responsibility for Borealis’ Middle East and Asia activities

Borealis, a leading provider of chemical and innovative plastics solutions, announces a reorganisation of its Executive Board. With the retirement of Henry Sperle as Executive Vice President Middle East & Asia on May 31, 2010, the organisational units previously reporting to him have been re-assigned to report to the Deputy CEO, Herbert Willerth, with immediate effect.

Herbert Willerth was born in Austria in 1950 and worked for the former PCD for almost 30 years before it was merged into Borealis. At the time of the merger Herbert Willerth was CEO of PCD. He was appointed Borealis Executive Vice President Operations & Procurement in 2000 and in addition Deputy CEO in 2008.

“Herbert Willerth is an integral part of Borealis and even more of the industry as such”, comments Mark Garrett, Borealis Chief Executive. “We are very happy that he will now support me and the Executive Board by not only ensuring a continuous strong focus on Operational Excellence in Europe but in addition supporting our growth projects over the next coming years in close collaboration with our partners ADNOC and Borouge.”

END

For further information, please contact:

Kerstin Meckler, Director Communications, 
Tel. +43 122 400 389
Email: kerstin.meckler@borealisgroup.com

Downloads
Herbert Willerth Assumes Responsibility For MEA English, German
Media Contact
Virginia Mesicek
Senior Manager a.i., External Communications

Latest News

News – 02/04/2020

Operations during the COVID-19 outbreak, update 2 April 2020

Read more

News – 30/03/2020

Borealis takes steps to secure supply chains for healthcare and food packaging sectors

Read more

News – 30/03/2020

Project STOP update: Latest achievements in Muncar, Indonesia

Read more

News – 17/03/2020

Operations during the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak

Read more

News – 12/03/2020

OMV signs agreement to increase its shareholding in Borealis to 75%

Read more

News – 12/03/2020

Annual Report 2019 published

Read more

Media Release – 10/03/2020

Borealis producing certified renewable polypropylene at own facilities in Belgium

Read more

Media Release – 05/03/2020

Borealis and Webster Vienna Private University continue their successful scholarship endowment program

Read more

News – 21/02/2020

Pasuruan regency partners with Project STOP and Nestlé to create a sustainable waste management and help reduce ocean plastic pollution

Read more