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Our management at Brenntag in Bangladesh

 Azmal Hossain, Managing director

Azmal Hossain

Managing Director

Sk. Azmal Hossain (Chemistry Graduate and MBA), Managing Director of Brenntag Bangladesh Limited, has versatile industry experience successfully managing chemical distribution sales since 1974. He started his career with Hoechst Bangladesh Limited (Germany) and worked with them for 20 years. Later, he joined ICI Bangladesh Limited (UK) as Executive Director. ICI ultimately divested their stake in Bangladesh and became ACI Limited.

In 2007, when EAC Industrial Ingredients acquired ACI Trading Limited, Azmal was appointed as Managing Director. He continues to hold the position up to the present when Brenntag acquired EAC in 2010.

Azmal is supported by a Management team in running the Brenntag Bangladesh organization - Md. Shahidul Islam, Financial Controller, Mohammad Ashraful Islam, Supply Chain Manager, Muhammad Shahinul Islam, Business Manager.

Regional Presidents

Regional Management Asia Pacific

Chan Huan Yong

Chan Huan Yong

Regional President Brenntag Essentials Asia Pacific

Since joining Brenntag in 2017, Chan Huan Yong was appointed to various leadership positions in the company, such as the Asia Pacific's Commercial Director for Industrial & Intermediate Chemicals and Regional President for Southeast Asia, before being appointed as Regional President for Essentials. In his 30 years of experience in the petroleum and petrochemical industry, Huan Yong has held various leadership positions in International and locally listed companies in Singapore.

Huan Yong is based at the Singapore regional headquarters.

Knud Mohr

Regional President Brenntag Specialties Asia Pacific

Knud Mohr has been with Brenntag (and formerly EAC) since April 1, 2007.

Prior to his current role as Regional President for Specialties, he held various positions in the organization including COO for Asia Pacific. Knud is based at the regional headquarters in Singapore.

Knud Mohr