MIDLAND, Mich.—Dow Chemical Co. has promoted a pair of managers to new roles.
Greg Jozwiak has been named business president of the Midland, Mich.-based firm's Elastomers and Electrical and Telecommunications business. He previously had served for the past three years as commercial vice president of Dow's Packaging & Specialty Plastics unit.
Jozwiak, 51, “is a proven leader within Dow, and his diverse experience will continue to serve as a catalyst for our growth agenda within these markets,” James Fitterling, president and chief operating officer said in a news release.
Dow Elastomers ranks as a leading producer of polyolefin elastomers as well as metallocene grades of EPDM. Dow Electrical & Telecommunications provides a variety of products and technologies to the power and telecommunications markets.
In addition, Karen Carter, 45, has been named North America commercial vice president of P&SP. She has been with Dow for more than 20 years, most recently as global business director of Low Density & Slurry Polyethylene. Carter also had helped develop new business development for P&SP.
P&SP is Dow's largest single business unit, with 2014 sales of almost $13 billion. It includes one of the world's largest PE businesses.
Carter's “strong and proven leadership will be a source of strength for her team and our customers,” P&SP business president Diego Donoso said in the release.
Dow ranks as one of the world's largest chemicals makers with sales of almost $49 billion in 2015. The firm is in the process of merging with DuPont Co., another global plastics and chemicals giant.