Algeco appoints European human resources director

By Murray Pollok30 September 2008

Olga Damiron, Algeco's new human resources director for Europe.

Olga Damiron, Algeco's new human resources director for Europe.

Algeco has appointed Olga Damiron as its new human resources director for Europe. Her role, which is a new one for Algeco, is to foster a common human resources policy across the 17 European countries where Algeco operates.

Based in Paris, Ms Damiron brings 18 years of experience working for industrial and high technology firms in France and abroad. She joins Algeco from Honeywell where she has been director of human resources since 2007.

Before Honeywell, she worked for the ESI Group, Convergys and Rockwell Automation. Ms Damiron holds a Master's degree in general private law and labour law from the Paris II Assas University.

Algeco, part of the Algeco Scotsman group, offers rental services in 17 European countries, including Belgium, The Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain and The United Kingdom.

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