moveero Welcomes Martin Mikiewicz as Chief Operating Officer

moveero, has announced the appointment of Martin Mikiewicz as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Martin is no stranger to high-stakes operational roles. With a career spanning over 25 years, he has held pivotal positions in various industry sectors. His most recent stint as COO and VP of Business and Supply Chain Excellence at Outokumpu speaks volumes about his capabilities. His expertise isn't just limited to one sector; he has left his mark in mining, metals, and even the fast-moving consumer goods sector.

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October 13, 2023

Armed with an MBA in Management, Martin's global perspective is further enriched by his extensive international experience, especially in areas of corporate transformation and supply chain optimisation. Based out of Munich, Germany, Martin will now be collaborating closely with moveero’s manufacturing, engineering, and operations teams, ensuring seamless operations across all global locations.

Expressing his enthusiasm about the new role, Martin remarked, “I am delighted to be joining moveero at such an exciting time in its development. I’ve already met many of the people who work across the business and have been impressed by their experience, knowledge and commitment to the business. I look forward to working with our plants and global teams, helping the business to grow even stronger across all our markets.”

In addition to his primary responsibilities, Martin will also oversee moveero’s operations in Nagbol, Denmark. He will lead a robust team of 360 professionals based at the plant, ensuring that the company's vision and operational excellence are consistently maintained.

This new appointment is a testament to moveero's forward-thinking approach and its dedication to strengthening its global operations. With Martin Mikiewicz at the operational forefront, the future looks even brighter for moveero.

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