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Shell Lubricants announces senior management appointments

Shell Lubricants announces senior management appointments
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Shell Lubricants announced the following recent senior management appointments. Selda Gunsel has been appointed as general manager of products & quality in Shell’s Lubricants Supply Chain organisation.  In her new assignment, Gunsel will work to drive continuous improvement in the design, sourcing, development and deployment of Shell’s lubricant products and product portfolio. Previous to this role, Gunsel was vice president of global commercial technology. She will continue to be based out of Houston, Texas, U.S.A.

Andrew Hepher will take over as vice president of global commercial technology. Previously, Hepher was general manager for consumer lubricants marketing. He began his career as a biotechnologist in Shell Research in the UK, having been previously employed on a Shell-funded post-doctoral fellowship at Durham University. Since then he has worked in a wide variety of commercial roles, including assignments in the Caribbean, U.S., Germany and The Netherlands. Hepher was also previously vice president of strategy and portfolio for Shell Energy Europe and general manager for the B2B lubricants business in North America. He previously led the global accounts team for the automotive sector, working with companies such as Hyundai, Renault-Nissan and Toyota. Hepher is based in London, UK.

Carol Chen, currently marketing general manager for Shell’s China/HK Lubricants business, will take over as general manager for consumer lubricants marketing. Prior to joining Shell, she had 20 years’ work experience in Proctor & Gamble marketing and worked in four different locations including assignments in China, Canada, U.S.A. and Singapore. She will move to be based in London, UK.

Lastly, Roger Mouldingcurrently vice president for global key accounts and marketing will change the areas he covers to global lubricants marketing & lubricants sales for Europe, Middle East and Africa.  Moulding has worked in a number of international business roles and set up Shell’s highly successful Global Key Accounts business. He will continue to be based in London, UK.

 

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