The ICIS Top 40 Power Players

It’s that time of the year where we unveil the ICIS Top 40 Power Players published annually in ICIS Chemical Business.

The ICIS Top 40 Power Players are the movers and shakers who are making their mark on the global chemical sector. It has been a turbulent year, with a slow economic recovery weighed down by the European debt crisis, high levels of US unemployment and slowing growth in China. But these leaders are guiding their companies through the challenges and mapping out an exciting course for the future.

Featuring the most prominent and influential individuals in the industry The Top 40 listing is progressively becoming a global power in its own right. Review the listing and scrutinize what it is that makes you an ICIS Top 40 Power Player.

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ICIS's Will Beacham discussing the latest
Top 40 Power Players 2013 listing

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