The ChemQuest Group recently announced that Dipan Haria has joined the company as a director. An experienced leader focused on accelerating revenue, profitability, and strategic growth, Haria’s expertise spans operational and business management to strategic planning. Following a career filled with success in executive leadership, change management, and new business development, he will support ChemQuest’s Business Strategy & Transformation, M&A Advisory Services, and Operational & Manufacturing Efficiencies pillars.

Haria most recently served as business director for Sherwin-Williams AF EMEA, where he was responsible for the aftermarket division’s accelerated growth in the region. Following Sherwin-Williams’ acquisition of Valspar Corp., he managed the integration of the acquired division within EMEA while also launching a long-term strategy plan for the region and initiating efficient cost controls.

Based in the UK, Haria received a bachelor’s degree in economics and operational research with a subsequent MBA from the University of Manchester. He is a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

“The combination of Dipan’s accomplished career in multiple industries and his considerable background in consulting is a great asset for ChemQuest. I’m looking forward to his contributions across a number of client projects, particularly as we continue to expand in Europe,” said ChemQuest CEO Daniel Murad.

“Reflecting upon my career, I am grateful for the privilege of having known the exceptional team at ChemQuest, where our paths have intertwined positively with excellence and innovation. Their values and vision in pushing the boundaries of scientific and strategic advancements, operational efficiencies, and M&A activities resonate with my own aspirations. The prospect of collaborating with brilliant minds and leveraging our collective expertise fills me with enthusiasm, as we strive to address complex challenges and unlock opportunities for our customers who can shape the future around us,” Haria said.

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