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Mantsinen appoints new CEO

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Martti Toivanen, current CEO of Matsinen, is retiring. Mia Mantsinen has been selected as the new CEO, effective 1 July 2017.

Mia Mantsinen has a career spanning over a decade as CFO of the group, then as Sales and Marketing Director and finally as Vice President of the Material Handling Machinery unit.

“I have experienced a lot – and learned even more. It is a great honour and a great responsibility to become CEO of our family company. Mantsinen already has a history spanning over 50 years, during which we have continually improved the logistical efficiency of our clients,” said Mia Mantsinen.

During recent years, the company has especially focused on the development and expansion of operations.

“The time has come to take time for myself and my family. It is a joy to leave this company in good shape for Mia. I am also glad we found a new CEO from within our family company in order to continue our work for the good of our clients and the company,” stated CEO Martti Toivanen.

Mia Mantsinen’s post as VP, Material Handling Machinery unit will be handed over to Tapio Pirinen, currently an Area Sales Directors of the unit, at the beginning of July.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/16052017/mantsinen-appoints-new-ceo/

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