Invista names Anthony Green vice president of global commercial solutions

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Kennesaw, Ga.—Invista has tapped Anthony Green as vice president of global commercial solutions, as Kip Kimball moves to a new role within Koch Industries Inc. Green will lead the global commercial solutions portfolio, including the Antron and Dacron branded businesses along with Invista’s growing recycle business, with a focus on transformative value creation to meet customer needs and ever-changing markets.

“Anthony’s background in commercial development and his years as a global business leader with other highly specified businesses within the Invista fiber portfolio will be a great complement to the Antron business,” said Maggie Bidlingmaier, vice president, surfaces at Invista. “Anthony will continue to drive transformation across the business with a focus on driving sustainable value for the customers and markets we serve. As a global integrated producer of Nylon 6,6 intermediates, polymer and fiber, we remain committed to our integrated nylon 6,6 platform and the overall flooring market.”

Green has held several strategic leadership roles at Invista over the past 10 years. Most recently, as the leader of commercial development and finance functions for the company’s performance solutions businesses, and previously as a business leader for the performance & protective apparel business, including time with both TECGEN and Cordura brands.

For more information, visit: antron.net or invista.com.

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