BAMA announces new vice-chair to board of directors

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The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has announced that Neil Bolton, global product stewardship director at Procter and Gamble has been appointed vice-chair of the BAMA board of directors.
With over 30 years’ experience working with Procter and Gamble in Research and Development, Regulation, Human Safety and Post-Market Safety Surveillance roles, Bolton will be drawing on his extensive expertise to work with the board on a diversity of industry initiatives and developments and to further support Association members.
Bolton has remained active in the industry throughout his career, sitting on the BAMA board of directors since 2020 and as a member of its Regulatory Affairs committee in the 1990s.
He has also been involved extensively with numerous industry bodies and regulators across Europe, Chairing and Co-chairing association committees at CTPA, PAGB, Cosmetics Europe and AESGP.
Bolton said: “Being involved with the work associations do is hugely rewarding, so, it’s a real pleasure to take on the role of vice-chair at BAMA and to play a part in building on the hard work that goes into making our industry successful. I look forward to joining forces with everyone on the board and actively engaging with member companies across all industries.”
BAMA chief executive, Patrick Heskins added: “Neil’s technical, business and organisational experience, along with his people development and management skills will bring invaluable benefits to the board and to our members. We are delighted to welcome him as vice-chair.”

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