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3M (NYSE: MMM), St. Paul, Minn., has realigned the company from five to four business segments. The new alignment aims to better serve global customers and markets.
“We are continuing to advance 3M into the future, and today’s actions will strengthen our ability to meet the fast-moving needs of our customers,” said 3M CEO Mike Roman. “Our new alignment will leverage our business transformation progress, accelerate growth and deliver greater operational efficiencies.”
The new structure will be comprised of four business segments: Safety & Industrial, Transportation & Electronics, Health Care and Consumer.
Michael Vale is appointed executive vice president, Safety & Industrial Business Group. Vale currently is executive vice president, Health Care Business Group.
Ashish Khandpur, is appointed executive vice president, Transportation & Electronics Business Group. Khandpur currently is executive vice president, Electronics & Energy Business Group.
Mojdeh Poul is appointed executive vice president, Health Care Business Group. Poul currently is executive vice president, Safety & Graphics Business Group.
Paul Keel is appointed executive vice president, Consumer Business Group. Keel currently is senior vice president, Business Development and Marketing-Sales.
Denise Rutherford is appointed senior vice president, Corporate Affairs. Rutherford currently is vice president, Research & Development and Commercialization, Industrial Business Group.
Stephen Shafer has been appointed senior vice president, Business Development and Marketing-Sales. Shafer currently is vice president Greater China Area of 3M and managing director of 3M China.
“3M has a highly talented and diverse group of leaders, and today’s appointments position us well for the future,” Roman said. “I have confidence in each of these leaders as they take on new and expanded roles, and look forward to working with them to create greater value for customers, shareholders and 3M.”
In addition, James Bauman, executive vice president, Industrial Business Group, and Joaquin Delgado, executive vice president, Consumer Business Group, have announced their intention to retire.