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Henkel appoints UK md

Published: 11 February 2009
Henkel has appointed Simon Duggan-Hill as its new managing director for the UK and Ireland, replacing Kim Walker who retired last November.
Henkel appoints UK md
Mr Duggan-Hill will assume full responsibility for the role in April from Edu Hartog, a member of Henkel's European management team, who currently heads up the UK business during this transition period.

Simon Duggan-Hill joins Henkel from a 10-year career with cigar manufacturer Swedish Match.

"The way we adapt and manage our business through this recessionary period will be the key to our longer-term success. As a leading supplier to the industry, we will work even harder with our customers to support their businesses during this difficult time" he said.

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