HOUSTON—Orion Engineered Carbons S.A. has appointed three new leaders to its executive management team.
Carlos Quinones was named senior vice president of global operations; Pedro Riveros will serve as senior vice president and general manager of the firm's Americas region; and Patrick Tuttle was appointed senior vice president, global human resources.
All three will succeed the current holders of these roles, which the firm did not identify in its news release. Additionally, Claudine Mollenkopf, senior vice president of specialty carbon blacks, will be leaving the company to pursue other business interests. The firm said her role will be reassigned within Orion.
Quinones will assume his role on June 3 and brings more than 25 years of chemical industry experience with Arco Chemical, Rohm and Haas/Dow Chemical, Praxair, and Air Products and Chemicals
Riveros will assume his role on June 3 following a long career at Air Products and Chemicals. Orion said he held numerous business and general management roles in North and South America.
Tuttle will join Orion on June 10 having most recently served as vice president and chief human resources officer for ESAB, a global manufacturer of welding supplies. He brings more than 20 years of human resources experience.