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Wednesday, 28 Feb 2018 ( #861 )
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Rosenkrands
Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Riwal
has appointed Søren Rosenkrands as chief business development officer (CBDO), a new position within the company.
Rosenkrands' professional experience in the industry spans a period of close to 30 years. Since 2001, he has been a key member of the Riwal team, most recently as COO - technical. In addition, he has been responsible for the integration of Riwal's recent acquisition of German AFI GmbH into the group.
Rosenkrands reports to Norty Turner, CEO, and will continue his position in the executive management team, based in the Riwal headquarters in Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Burton
Brussels, Belgium
The CECIMO General Assembly has elected Marcus Burton as chairman of the Market Intelligence Committee for a period of two years.
As the successor of Frank Brinken, vice-chairman of Starrag Holding AG, Burton will guide the Market Intelligence Committee of the European Association that represents more than a third of the world machine tool (MT) production.
He will lead the CECIMO Economic Department, which provides up-to-date information to the member associations regarding the evolution of the global market of machine tools, and aggregates the national data.
After gaining a first-class honours degree in Production Engineering, a Masters degree in Machine Tool Technology and an MBA Executive Programme from the University of Birmingham, Burton entered the metrology industry, including 15 years with Brown and Sharpe (USA) as a general manager and director of a number of European subsidiary companies.
He has extensive board-level experience in business development and strategy, including international acquisitions and post-merger integration, and has also worked as an independent consultant in strategic management.
In April 2017, Burton took on the new role of non-executive director of Yamazaki Mazak UK Ltd. He is also a board member of the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA).

Pollet
Tessenderlo, Belgium
Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe
(HCEE ) has appointed Jean-Philippe Pollet as their new sales manager, construction equipment for the European market. With more than 20 years of experience in EMEA business development, Pollet will further contribute to HCEE's presence and future growth in Europe.
In close cooperation with its branches and European dealer network, Pollet will be developing and implementing commercial strategies with the focus on long-term partnerships while securing HCEE's business objectives in Europe.
He is based at the new European headquarters in Tessenderlo, Belgium.
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