Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials (MCAM), a Reading, Pennsylvania-based business unit of Japan-based conglomerate Mitsubishi, has added Henning Bloech as its global director - sustainable solutions. Bloech will be based in Germany.
Bloech brings more than 15 years of experience in sustainability and corporate governance in Europe and North America to the organization, says MCAM.
His is a newly created position tasked with “developing circular economy ecosystems through partnerships and investments that allow us to take a strong leadership position and become a trusted partner,” states MCAM.
Bloech will be responsible for “executing our global circular economy strategy that includes business model/facilities and investments, capacity management, technology requirements, strategic partnerships, sustainable products and stakeholder education,” according to Mitsubishi.
Previously, Bloech was involved in the development and launch of UL’s Sustainable Building Performance business, having helped develop regional programs, testing standards and labels for buildings and indoor air quality.
On its website, MCAM indicates it makes and sells engineering plastics, composite materials, wire and cable coatings and other product lines tied to the use of plastic and polymers.