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Amcor Flexibles Executive Named Head Of Smiths Medical


06/09/2019


Smiths Group selects a new leader as it moves ahead in its plan of separating its healthcare business.



On Friday, June 7, 2019, the Smiths Group Plc revealed the name of its healthcare business’ leader. JehanZeb Noor is an executive of Amcor Flexibles, an “Australia-based packaging company”, whereby Noor will be leading Smiths Group’s healthcare business and preside over its separation from the group. The process will begin from the coming year.
 
The Smiths Medical manufactures “respiratory devices and catheters”, while the new leader will take up his responsibilities from July 1, 2019. In March 2019, Smiths Group had made an announcement revealing its plans of separating its healthcare business.
 
 
References:
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