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05/06/2014 15:53

Mario Jentzsch elected new president of ARBIT

Mario Jentzsch, Country Sales manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland at Nynas NV was elected new president of ARBIT on 3 June 2014, succeeding Jennifer Brekau from BP. Robert Joore from Total is the new Vice president.

“My main challenge is to position ARBIT as a strong partner and technical competence in the bitumen industry, to promote the applications areas of bitumen and to continue the successful implementation of industry standards and regulations.” Says Mario Jentzsch.

Another objective is to facilitate the integration process of ARBIT with Eurobitume in the coming years.

Vice president of ARBIT since June 2013, Mario Jentzsch has an extensive sales experience within the bitumen and road industry. He has been Sales Manager for Nynas NV in Germany for 10 years and played an active role in positioning Nynas as a Bitumen specialist. Previously, he was Sales Manager, Road division for CFF, a German company specialised in fibres for 8 years.

More information on ARBIT at www.arbit.de

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