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  • Henkel Elects Hans Van Bylen CEO

    January 26, 2016
    Henkel has announced that CEO Kasper Rorsted, who has decided not to renew his current contract beyond 2017, will leave the company at his own request as of April 30, 2016. He served on the Henkel Management Board for 11 years, thereof eight years as…

  • Innovation the Theme as Nova Welcomes New Member at Meeting in Israel

    Innovation the Theme as Nova Welcomes New Member at Meeting in Israel

    April 28, 2014
      The Nova Paint Club recently held a meeting of its board and marketing directors in Tel Aviv, Israel. At the meeting, hosted by Tambour of Israel, HMG / Little Greene from the UK was elected to full membership of the Nova Paint Club, taking t…

  • Nova Paint Club Turns 30 at Meeting in Colombia

    May 29, 2013
    The Nova Paint Club, which has 11 member companies operating in over 80 countries, met in Bogota, Colombia on April 24-27 to celebrate 30 years since its foundation in 1983. The event was hosted by Andres Ortega, general manager of Colombian member P…

  • Nova Paint Club elects new president at conference in Germany

    Nova Paint Club elects new president at conference in Germany

    November 15, 2012
    The Nova Paint Club has elected Michael Dayan, CEO of Tambour, Israel's leading paint company, to be its new president, replacing Joao Serrenho of CIN Group. The Nova Paint Club, which has ten member companies operating in 80 countries, recently…

  • Rust-Oleum makes organizational : Michael D. Tellor

    October 20, 2006
    Rust-Oleum Corp. has announced a number of organizational changes. Rust-Oleum group president, Michael D. Tellor, who has led the Rust-Oleum organization for the last 12 years, will now assume the position of chairman and CEO of the Rust-Oleum/…

  • Top Companies Report

    Top Companies Report

    July 12, 2006
    Our ranking is based on annual sales of paint, coatings, adhesives, sealants and related products. For companies based outside the U.S., sales are translated into U.S. dollars using the average currency exchange rate for the company’s fiscal ye…