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Robertet welcomed Kent Swan

June 2, 2014

Robertet: welcomed Kent Swan, who recently joined the team as vice president, purchasing, Robertet US.  Swan is responsible for sourcing all raw materials and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations) purchasing for the fragrance, flavor and ingredients divisions, working closely with company headquarters in Grasse to align all sourcing strategies and coordinate sourcing programs whenever appropriate.

Swan comes to Robertet most recently from Symrise, and he brings more than 30 years of experience in leading sourcing programs around the globe.  

Robertet also is pleased to announce the expansion of its technical perfumery team based in Mount Olive, NJ. Senior perfumer Iku Sasaki has joined Robertet’s creative team, bringing more than 30 years of extensive perfumery experience from Japan and the US. 
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