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Multisorb hires Irene Low as business development leader for East Asia healthcare packaging division

Article-Multisorb hires Irene Low as business development leader for East Asia healthcare packaging division

Multisorb Technologies appointed Irene Low to the position of business development leader - Healthcare Packaging East Asia & Australia.

In this role, Low will support current East Asia, Australia, and New Zealand customers and lead new business development efforts for healthcare packaging in the region. Based in Singapore, Low will report to Laxmikant Khaitan, commercial director of healthcare packaging - Asia Pacific.

Multisorb says the personnel move is toward the company’s ongoing commitment to provide solutions-based sorbent technology to the global healthcare market via its Calculations Through Operations program.

"Irene's knowledge and skill set will help take forward Multisorb's strategy of thinking global and acting local,” said Khaitan in a released statement. Irene will lead growth and success of Multisorb's healthcare packaging market in the region.”

Previously, Low was with DMV-Fonterra Excipients (DFE Pharma) where she was area sales manager for Asia Pacific. Prior to that role, she was head of business segments Asia Pacific for Evonik Industries for specialty polymers and also held progressive sales and marketing roles with Behn Meyer Specialty Chemicals.

Low holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Cell Molecular Biology from the National University of Singapore and an MBA from the University of Western Australia. 

Multisorb will also be exhibiting at Pharmapack North America June 9-10 at booth 4209.

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