ALLU Appoints New Vice President of Sales

Thu March 01, 2018 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


ALLU is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeroen Hinnen as its new vice president of sales.
ALLU is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeroen Hinnen as its new vice president of sales.

Continuing its global expansion, ALLU is pleased to announce that Jeroen Hinnen has been appointed its new vice president of sales. The new role is seen as a key development which will help continue ALLU's impressive growth.

The last two years have seen Finnish-based Transformer and Processor manufacturer ALLU enjoy impressive growth. This has enabled the company behind the attachment concept to further assist companies throughout the world.

In order to continue its expansion and the growth of its international business, ALLU is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeroen Hinnen as its new vice president of sales.

Dutch born Hinnen brings a wealth of sales and business development experience to the role, having built up an impressive track record of success in a variety of companies across the globe.

“With all his experience, his drive and his focus on understanding the needs of customers, I am sure Jeroen will contribute greatly to ALLU's continuing success,” said ALLU president Ola Ulmala.

“ALLU is the leading name in the attachments business," said Hinnen. "Its reputation is without equal, and I am proud to play my part in bringing ALLU solutions to more businesses throughout the world.”

All at ALLU offer Hinnen a warm welcome to the ALLU family, wishing him the best in his new position.

For more information, visit www.allu.net.




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