During a recent meeting held at Rovereto, Marangoni Group CEO Dino Maggioni presented special certificates to four “long-standing” employees of the company: Roberto Santorum and Mike Carter, who have been with Marangoni for 40 years; Luciano Meta, for 30 years and Christian Asmuth, for 25 years. On the occasion, the group also held a formal dinner to mark the retirement of Giuseppe Ferrari, who, at the beginning of the year, stepped down in favour of Christoph Frost to manage Indirect Retreading EMEA.
Marangoni has recognized the long service of key employees
During these two days, two important appointments were also announced: Gianluca Merlo, besides managing the plant at Rovereto, takes on the responsibility of Operations Italia, thus also managing the plant in Ferentino. Human Resources of the entire Group will from now on be managed by Michele Bergese.
“On the one hand, this Group is lucky to be able to count on the vast experience and professionalism of people who have spent their working life with Marangoni, and on the other, to leverage the enthusiasm and freshness of new generations of managers to build Marangoni for the future,” commented Dino Maggioni.