Following the appointment of Patrick Freeman as Chief Technology Officer in spring, further management positions have now been filled at a global level as part of the worldwide one-brand strategy. Arianna Giudiceandrea is responsible for worldwide sales as Chief Sales Officer, and Andreas Nyander for the optimization of all customer project operations as Chief Operating Officer. These strategic positions underline the company’s global ambitions and are a strong indication of the company’s goal that worldwide synergies and enlarged teams should lead to even more innovative scanning solutions and improved customer service.
MiCROTEC Rosenheim has been separated from MiCROTEC Linköping and will be established as its own strong location in Germany in the future. The current Area Sales Manager Peter Hagnberger becomes CEO of the MiCROTEC Rosenheim location.
In Sweden, the long-time CEO Leif Erlandsson, who successfully led the company from Innovative Vision, Woodeye to MiCROTEC Linköping for 15 years until today, goes into well-deserved retirement at the end of May. He will be succeeded by the former Sales Manager Stefan Nilsson as the new CEO for MiCROTEC Linköping, who is very much looking forward to taking over the company in a great position for further growth.
Picture (from left to right): Frank Jöst – CEO MiCROTEC, Allan Flink – CEO MiCROTEC Espoo, Mark Hiatt – Managing Director MiCROTEC Corvallis & Vancouver, Stefan Nilsson – new CEO MiCROTEC Linköping Peter Hagnberger – new CEO MiCROTEC Rosenheim
Picture (from left to right): Frank Jöst – CEO MiCROTEC, Federico Giudiceandrea – President & Founder MiCROTEC officially bid farewell to Leif Erlandsson – CEO MiCROTEC Linköping