Carbios strengthens its management team

Reduce plastic pollution through biorecycling

27-Jan-2023 - France

Carbios, a pioneer in the development of enzymatic solutions for the recycling of plastic and textile polymers, has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of Martine BRISSET as Senior Vice President, effective January 1, 2023. Martine BRISSET will lead the Biodegradation Business Unit and oversee the Human Resources, Legal, Regulatory, Project Management, Quality, Health and Safety departments. Martine BRISSET joins the Group's Executive Committee, as does Delphine DENOIZÉ, who will continue to be responsible for innovation program financing, regulation and life cycle management, expanding her team.


"We have ambitious goals. As a result, our teams have grown significantly over the past six months. I am very pleased to appoint Martine and Delphine to the Executive Committee," commented Emmanuel LADENT, Chief Executive Officer of Carbios. "With their proven track record, particularly within the Carbios Group, they reinforce the expertise of our top management and the diversity of skills required in this year critical to the success of the industrialization and commercialization of Carbios technology."

Martine BRISSET, Senior Vice President of Carbios: "After managing the production of thousands of tons of plastics for the packaging sector, I am now focused on reducing plastic pollution through the use of Carbios biodegradation and biorecycling solutions. I am very much looking forward to this exciting and thrilling challenge, which is of great importance for future generations as well as for the industry."

Martine BRISSET has more than 30 years of general management experience with major international groups in the plastics and paper packaging industry, notably Amcor, Huhtamaki, Linpac and Klockner Pentaplast. She has been General Director of Carbiolice since 2021, leading the integration of this promising biodegradation subsidiary into the Carbios Group. In her new position as Senior Vice President of Carbios, her main tasks will be to successfully implement the biodegradation technology, to help drive the international expansion of Carbios' activities, and to coordinate the recruitment and training of the group's employees. With numerous new hires planned throughout the company in 2023, Carbios' attractiveness as an employer will be a strategic issue.

Delphine DENOIZÉ, Director of Innovation Program Finance, Regulation and Life Cycle Management: "What drives me is the ambition to see a project through from idea to implementation. At Carbios, all projects have a positive impact on the environment. Accepting and mastering this challenge fills me with passion in my work. As a member of the Executive Committee, I can support these projects even more intensively, both in terms of their structuring and financing, and in terms of their respective regulatory compliance and environmental performance."

After several years working in innovation in the agribusiness industry, Delphine DENOIZÉ discovered Carbios during her time with the Céréales Vallées cluster and supported its creation. She joined the company in 2016 and was one of its first twenty employees. Initially, she was in charge of innovation financing and regulation. Then for PET biorecycling project management, and today she has responsibility for all the group's projects. Her responsibilities include French and European public financing of innovation, regulatory compliance for processes and products worldwide, and assessment of their impact on the environment using specific tools such as life cycle analysis.

Members of the Carbios Group Executive Committee:

  • Emmanuel LADENT, Chief Executive Officer
  • Lionel ARRAS, Director of Industrial Development
  • Mathieu BERTHOUD, Director of Procurement and Public Affairs
  • Pascal BRICOUT, Director of Strategy and Finance
  • Martine BRISSET, General Manager of the Biodegradation Business Unit and Senior Vice President of the Carbios Group
  • Delphine DENOIZÉ, Director of Innovation Program Funding, Regulation and Life Cycle Management
  • Stéphane FERREIRA, Chief Business Officer
  • Lise LUCCHESI, Intellectual Property Director
  • Prof. Alain MARTY, Chief Scientific Officer

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