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Naperville, Ill.-based Castrol Industrial North America Inc., a division of energy company BP, has announced that Todd Mitchell will assume leadership of its industrial fluids and lubricants business for the Americas region.

Mitchell has been a member of the Castrol extended leadership team for two years. He has held a variety of roles since joining Castrol's industrial business in 2001, including performance manager, knowledge manager, strategy manager. Most recently, Mitchell was the area director for Mexico, the Castrol LubeCon business, and the recently divested Castrol reprocessing services business.

Mitchell holds a degree in finance from Oakland University and received his master’s degree from DePaul University.

SOURCE: Castrol Industrial North America Inc.

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