Ramirent changes management in Denmark

By Murray Pollok14 April 2014

Ramirent has announced that its Denmark country manager Erik Høi is to leave the company “by mutual agreement”.

Mr Høi, who joined Ramirent in 2004 through the acquisition of Altima, was senior vice president of Ramirent Denmark and a member of Ramirent’s group management team. He will work in an advisory role until 31 May at the latest.

Ramirent is now looking for a successor, with Johan Eckerby, currently Ramirent’s business controller, appointed interim managing director for the Danish subsidiary from 14 April 2014. Mr Eckerby will report to Erik Alteryd, executive vice president of Ramirent Sweden.

Magnus Rosén, Ramirent’s president and CEO, thanked Mr Høi for his contribution to the development of the company; “I highly appreciate the value that Erik has brought to our Danish business and I wish him all the best for the future".

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