SWITZERLAND: Sanitized promotes Stalder as new CEO
By Leonie Barrie | 13 February 2012
Sanitized AG, which produces a range of antimicrobial fabric finishes, today (13 February) named Urs Stalder as its new chief executive officer and said it intends to pursue new technologies and new markets.
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