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DeWolf Chemical Promotes Nork

August 30, 2013

Named business manager for HI&I.

DeWolf Chemical promoted Christopher Nork to business manager - HI&I, effective Sept. 1 2013. He will be responsible for the development and execution of the division’s business strategy focused on increasing market penetration and growing revenue streams and profitability that are in alignment with the organization’s operating plan and annual budget.

Prior to this appointment, Nork has been active as an account manager for DeWolf Chemical in the Mid-Atlantic territory with direct sales responsibility for Homecare, Industrial & Institutional and Personal Care markets. Nork’s industry knowledge and business development abilities have made a significant contribution to the company’s strategic approach to the HI&I market.

“This new position is part of the organization’s strategy of meeting the evolving needs of the industries we serve; and who better to lead this growth than our own internal talent,” says Hank DeWolf, president & CEO – The DeWolf Companies.
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