Jarmo Jonninen has been appointed as the new CEO at the Finnish Allu Group, officially taking up the role on 1 July.
He has previously worked as financial and human resources director at Allu, having been working within the group since 1989.
Allu Group is the parent company offering administrative services for the operative companies in the group – crushing and screening business Allu Finland, Allu Stamix stabilisation business, and Ideachip Machine which imports shredders and chippers to Finland.
Last year, Allu Finland appointed a new president, Ola Ulmala, and at the beginning of this summer Allu Stamix had a new president – Ville Niutanen. The president of Ideachip Machine is Jukka Humalainen, who has been working for the company for almost 10 years.
Since 1999, Allu’s CEO has been Kauko Pylväs who has retired, although he has agreed to be available for the board and for special assignments as needed.
Allu has its own offices in Sweden, Germany, France, US, UAE and China, plus a dealer distribution network which covers about 30 countries. Over 90% of its production is exported.