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By Melissa Fassbender
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Jonothan Cooil has been named vice president of engineering, facilities and health, safety and environment at the global contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) Almac Group.
He will report to the CEO, Alan Armstrong.
“I am delighted to join Almac where I have assumed overall responsibility and management of all aspects of engineering, estate and property management across the Group. This will include acquisitions and disposals, capital development, utilities management, facilities management and health, safety, environment and sustainability activities throughout all global facilities," Cooil told us.
Cooil joins Almac from the pharmaceutical company HSE where he was head of engineering. He also has held a role as chief engineer and head of process safety at Warwick International. In this position he was responsible for engineering and process safety on a 30 acre Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) chemical site.