ALLU appoints new vice president of sales
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Jeroen Hinnen is ALLU's new vice president of sales
ALLU, the Finnish global market crushing and screening bucket attachment specialist, has appointed Jeroen Hinnen as its new vice president of sales. The new role is seen as a key development in helping continue ALLU continue its impressive global growth.
The last two years have seen rising sales of ALLU’s Transformer and Processor attachments, creating a healthy customer portfolio for Netherlands-born Hinnen to build on. He brings a wealth of sales and business development experience to his new role, having built up an impressive track record of success in a variety 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,” says ALLU president Ola Ulmala.
Hinnen himself says of his new position: “ALLU is the leading name in the attachments business. Its reputation is without equal, and I am proud to play my part in bringing ALLU solutions to more businesses throughout the world.”
The shop floor of ALLU's Pennala, Finland, manufacturing plant
ALLU is also reporting that for the 3rd year in a row there have been no accidents or injuries at its Pennala, Finland, manufacturing plant.
The notable achievement is said to be due to the ALLU team embracing the concept of total health and safety in the factory, with the well-being of the ALLU staff being paramount to the production process.
“Our people are the most important thing to ALLU, and we value their health and safety. The emphasis we place on this is shown by the fact that for the 3rd year in a row there have been no reported accidents at the factory,” says Ulmala.
Health and safety are key concepts to all at ALLU. This is reflected not only in the manufacturing process but also in the way the Transformer and Processor equipment are used in the field, with operator training and pro-active customer support being crucial to all ALLU operations.