Albrecht Luick (left) and Marc Slock

Everlam has reorganized its management team and appointed Albrecht Luick as its CEO. Marc Slock has been appointed to business development and technical service manager, a new position in the company.

Luick has experience in the global chemical and automotive industries. He built his career through successive managerial positions in international companies such as PPG, Accenture, DuPont and Axalta, in Germany, South Africa and Switzerland, respectively, according to the company. An experienced leader, he has a track record in business strategic planning and development and in grooming high-performance, multi-cultural teams, according to a company statement.

Slock has spent the majority of his career in the PVB film business and has knowledge of the laminated glass industry. Having held various senior positions in the PVB business at Monsanto, Solutia and Eastman, he is a recognized results oriented leader in the industry, with strong problem solving and customer focus skills, according to the company. Slock is specialized in metal-organic and polymer chemistry.

“I am delighted to have Albrecht and Marc on our team,” says Aaron Parekh, chairperson of Everlam. “Their backgrounds will definitely strengthen the company’s capabilities and lead the company forward. Under Albrecht’s leadership, and with Marc leading the business development and technical team, we expect the company to quickly build on its already strong position in the market.”

“Everlam has achieved a great deal in the past four years and succeeded in positioning itself as a serious market contender,” adds Luick. “I intend to unlock even more of the company’s potential and reinforce the start-up spirit that is necessary to take it to the next level of excellence.”

“My objective is to leverage Everlam’s technical expertise, which is a strength that all our customers acknowledge and appreciate, and make it an even stronger driver to grow the company’s global business and expand it further,” says Slock.

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