Dino Maggioni (l) is welcomed to the company by Vittorio Marangoni
Dino Maggioni has been named the new chief executive officer of the Marangoni Group. He succeeds Massimo De Alessandri in this role and was appointed by the company’s board after approval was granted at a shareholder meeting. During the meeting, the company’s statutory charter was also modified to increase the number of directors to eight board members.
Upon announcing Maggioni’s new position, Marangoni shares that his appointment is consistent with the strategy envisioned by the family holding of handing over growing responsibilities to highly skilled and qualified managers chosen from the market.
“With the arrival of Dino Maggioni, our group will take advantage of his experienced leadership in the automotive sector and proved managing capabilities,” states company president Vittorio Marangoni. “On behalf of the board and our entire group, I am glad to welcome in our company the new chief executive officer. I confirm to him my full personal trust and the one of all the employees, who are excited to contribute to implementing the business plan aimed at completing our ongoing strategic repositioning. This will allow us to successfully overcome the future challenges in the global tyre market.”
Maggioni, 48, has significant international industry experience, primarily in the automotive sector. He graduated in electronic engineering at Politecnico di Milano. After gaining experience at STMicroelectronics and Ingersoll Rand in 2001 he joined Magneti Marelli, where he was given growing responsibilities: initially in the Electronic division, then as senior vice-president of purchasing and, from 2007, as chief executive officer of Magneti Marelli Aftermarket Parts & Service. In 2012, in addition to his role in the aftermarket, he became president of Magneti Marelli South America and started the reorganisation of the region’s businesses In November 2012, Maggioni was appointed brand president parts and service and head of the Precision Solutions and Telematics business unit, becoming at the same time member of the Group Executive Council of the newly-created CNH Industrial. In 2015, he left CNH Industrial to join Pirelli with the objective of completing the separation of the Industrial Business; he was appointed chief executive officer of Pirelli Industrial North and South America at the time of the company’s acquisition by ChemChina.
Marangoni’s shareholders and board of directors have expressed their appreciation to former chief executive officer Massimo De Alessandri for his commitment to the company.
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