Pasi Poranen (41), MSc (Tech.), has been appointed as Junttan’s new Managing Director. Poranen will take up his new post on August 1, 2014. He previously served as the Managing Director of Mesera Yhtiöt Oy. Juha Heinonen, who has served as Junttan’s Acting Managing Director since February 17, 2014, will continue his current duties until July 31, 2014. From August 1, 2014 onwards, Juha Heinonen will continue serving on Junttan’s Board of Directors, and also take on a part-time role in Junttan’s operations in customer accounts and product development.
Pasi Poranen has in-depth and extensive experience regarding the sales and business operations of a mechanical engineering company operating in the international market. Poranen takes up his post at Junttan with an open mind and in readiness for new challenges.
”Juttan has a very good reputation around the world. Our goal is to steer our operations in an increasingly customer-oriented direction”, outlines the company’s main owner and Board Chairman Ilkka Brotherus.
For more information, please contact
Board Chairman Ilkka Brotherus, tel. +358 400 480 674
Junttan Oy is a Finnish company specializing in the design, manufacture, marketing and maintenance of hydraulic piling equipment. In 2013, the company’s turnover was EUR 33 million and it employed some 130 people. Junttan is one of the few independent manufacturers in its field. In 1979, Junttan was the first in the world to develop a fully hydraulic piling machine, and has since been the leading company in the pile driving field. Junttan’s piling machines and equipment are used on all continents, in a total of 45 countries.
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