Henkel Appoints Nicolas Krauss Regional Head of Adhesive Technologies Americas


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Henkel, a market leader of high-impact solutions in adhesives, sealants and functional coatings, announced that it has named Nicolas Krauss Regional Head of Adhesive Technologies Americas. Additionally, Krauss has been promoted to Global Head of Industrials and Electronics, leading one of the four divisions within Henkel Adhesive Technologies. 

Krauss joined Henkel Adhesive Technologies in 2012 in Germany as Global Head of Strategy and moved to California in 2016 to lead the global Automotive Electronics and Electronics Materials business. In 2019, Krauss returned to Germany to serve as the Global Head of Adhesive Technologies Industrials.

With his strategic mindset, passion for building high-performing teams, strong track record and experience providing customized solutions across markets and technologies, Krauss is well-positioned to continue driving success in North America. 

“Henkel is set apart from its competitors by our leading product portfolio, strong innovation mindset, deep customer understanding and talented global team. I am very much looking forward to being back in North America and joining my colleagues on the North America Executive Committee to build on the strong foundation and execute on Henkel’s purposeful growth strategy,” said Krauss.

Krauss holds a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, and a Masters in International Politics and International Business from New York University.

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