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CPL Aromas appointed Roland Epalle as managing director

February 6, 2013

CPL Aromas: appointed Roland Epalle as managing director of CPL Aromas France. According to the company, he has many years of valuable experience in the fragrance industry, a journey that started in 1984 when he graduated from the perfumery school ISIPCA.


His professional career includes 23 years working for Quest International where he gained valuable knowledge of the French domestic market with specific expertise in the private label sector. He later became export manager for Quest with responsibility for the French speaking countries of North Africa. In 2009, Epalle joined Bell Flavors and Fragrances to establish its French subsidiary as general manager.

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