Asahi Kasei America Names President, Chief Operating Officer

Asahi Kasei America Names President, Chief Operating Officer

Todd Glogovsky brings more than 15 years of senior management experience to his new role.

Asahi Kasei Plastics North America, Inc. (APNA), a leading international compounder of advanced engineered polymers and glass reinforced polypropylene, announced that Todd Glogovsky has been named president and chief operating officer.

Glogovsky, who joined the Asahi Kasei owned company in 2017 and was formerly the executive vice president of sales and technology, has over 30 years of plastics experience. Before joining APNA, Glogovsky was a managing director for a South American compounding business where he successfully led the company through a difficult recession. Glogovsky also has over 15 years of senior management experience, including strategic development, and has held positions related to sales, technology, operations and research and development throughout his career.

“In Todd’s four years with the company, he has made a significant impact on our business strategy and product growth,” said John W. Moyer, Senior Executive Officer of Asahi Kasei Corp. “Todd’s extensive background and experience is an asset to our entire organization; he has proven himself as an effective leader who prioritizes both internal and external relationships. His efforts will play a critical role in advancing both APNA and Asahi Kasei toward our 2024 mid-term plan goals.”

“I am honored to lead this incredible organization,” said Todd Glogovsky. “I truly believe APNA has some of the most talented individuals, as well as a strong business model. I look forward to strengthening our foundation, including establishing more sustainable efforts, as we continue our efforts on being the world’s top compounder.”

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