Italian glass manufacturer Bormioli Rocco has appointed Riccardo Garré as its Chairman.
Julian Mash, non-Executive Vice Chairman of Bormioli Rocco, said: “I am delighted that we have appointed Riccardo Garrè as Chairman of Bormioli Rocco.
"He brings a wealth of international experience across the manufacturing sector and has a track record of creating growth in the businesses he leads. I look forward to working with Riccardo in the development of Bormioli. I have no doubt he will play a significant role in helping the company to take advantage of the many opportunities that lie ahead.”
Garré previously worked at KME Group, a global copper processing company from 2009 to 2014, initially as COO and latterly as CEO. He also chaired of the Board of Directors of KME AG.
He worked at Saint-Gobain for nine years between 2000 and 2009 first as General Manager of the Global Division producing toughened glass for home appliances, then as CEO of Saint-Gobain Glass Italia and finally as General Manager of Saint-Gobain Glass France.
He holds a degree in Physics from University of Pisa and speaks Italian, English and French.