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Ana Cura has been appointed Regional Director Nynas Americas.
"This is a great opportunity and challenge for me. I see continuous and further growth for Nynas in the Americas region in the respective customer segments. I will continue reinforcing the strengths that make us unique today. Our high degree of specialization, local presence and personal approach couples with a high degree of technical knowledge. These are proven strengths which we will continue developing,” says Ana Cura.
Ana takes on the responsibility with a vast experience from the Chemical business.
With a Chemical Engineering Degree from U.T.N. (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional) in Buenos Aires and the Management Development Program (Programa de Desarrollo Directivo) from IAE Business School in Buenos Aires, and a Leadership Program from Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ana Cura has the knowledge and the proven drive to take Nynas Americas further.
Ana Cura joined Nynas AB in 2001, and is most recently coming from a position as General Manager and Regional Sales Manager for Latin America.
In the past, she was a Team Member of International Standards Organizations such as IRAM in Argentina, and ICONTEC (The Colombian Institute of Technical Standards and Specifications) in Colombia, the Rubber Chamber in Argentina and of the Lubricant Chamber in Argentina.
Today Ana Cura is President of the CIGRÉ Argentina D 1 Study Committee. She is also a member of the Evaluation Board of the Electrical Technical Papers of ERIAC (The Ibero American Council of CIGRE) and a board member of CIGRÉ Argentina (Centro De Investigación de Grandes Redes Eléctricas).
The chemical industry is all around us, its products shaping the society we live in. It’s important that the thinkers and innovators of the future are working in this area, and with the help of Kemikarriär, Nynas has joined other Swedish companies to explain the exciting opportunities which the industry has to offer.Read more about The Right Formula for a Career in the Chemical Industry