New sales director for Chemence

Published:  25 January, 2012

CORBY: Chemence, a leading manufacturer of adhesives and sealants, has appointed Ian Lancey as sales director.

Mr Lancey joins Chemence with over 16 years experience in international sales, business development, distribution and management within the adhesives and chemical industries, covering a wide range of market sectors and applications.

Hugh Cooke, chairman, said: "We very much welcome Ian to Chemence. We have been supplying instant adhesives, anaerobics and UV curing products globally to the retail, manufacturing, cosmetics, medical, gas distribution, constructionand flexographic industry for nearly 30 years. His wide experience and successful track record in the adhesive and chemical industry will be essential in delivering our ambitious and exciting expansion plans.

"Chemence's reputation as a leading manufacturer of high-quality, high-performance products is well established and I am looking forward to taking the business to the next step of its development."

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