Founder-president Pierre Chevreux steps down

Olivier Goualard to spearhead Recyl SAS, France

Pierre Chevreux (third from right), Olivier Goualard and Charlotte Goualard with Recycl team members

Charlotte’s husband, Olivier Goualard will take over the leadership of the company as Pierre Chevreux steps down and moves into a very well-deserved retirement. Olivier brings along a strong engineering and business administration background, as well as over 20 years of B2B and leadership experience in a multinational company.

Olivier Goualard said, “I’m thrilled to take Recyl forward, building on its excellent reputation in the domain of industrial printing. Recyl’s team combines experience and youth, expertise and innovation skills, and overall a real sense of customer service and an excellent team spirit, which allowed Recyl to build excellent partnerships with its customers, distributors and suppliers over the years. We are truly fortunate to have an extensive worldwide distribution and reseller network that helps us continuously support clients on every continent.”

“The company is well-equipped to grow in the coming years; both in terms of new cleaning chemical products, more efficient and greener at the same time. In addition, at drupa 2016, we are unveiling cutting-edge ultrasonic technology for Anilox maintenance. NextWave, Recyl’s latest ultrasonic range based on Sinaptec’s closed loop control system, gives us a crystal-clear advantage by guaranteeing cleaning results over time to its customers,” added Olivier Goualard, the new president of Recyl SAS, France.

Pierre Chevreux commented, “I’m happy to see that the future of Recyl is in good hands. Charlotte and Olivier Goualard combine together excellent technical and management skills, enabling Recyl to move forward in the complex and fascinating flexographic industry.” The Recyl team will be in Hall 11 Stand C 32 at drupa 2016.

Packaging South Asia is the cooperating media partner for drupa 2016 which is scheduled to be held from 31 May to 10 June at Dusseldorf, Germany.