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Raimondi Cranes appoints new CEO

Raimondi Cranes has appointed a new CEO.

Global tower crane manufacturer, Raimondi Cranes, has announced the appointment of Luigi Maggioni to the role of Group CEO.

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With over 16 years of experience in European manufacturing, Maggioni is widely acknowledged as one of Europe’s leading senior executives, according to Raimondi. As former CEO of TK Elevator overseeing nine countries, his career achievements include extensive experience in managing global large-scale enterprises and corporate internationalization, alongside effective M&A. Speaking about his appointment, Maggioni said he welcomed the role as both a “personal and corporate opportunity” to carve out a new path for one of Europe’s “homegrown manufacturers”.

“I am proud to be joining a heritage entity like Raimondi, founded on a prestigious past. The current day company has a fresh approach to innovative R&D, and is steadfast in its core values,” he said. “I firmly believe in the vision of the Raimondi Board of Directors. I am committed to injecting energy and momentum into activating the larger conglomerate’s mission, with the support of an experienced group of multinational team members. The passion, vigour, and determination, coupled with a strategic business development plan of action, will facilitate the internationalisation of the brand while increasing the market share.”

According to Raimondi, Maggioni will  focus on maximising production efficiency, quality control excellence, and aggressive expansion under the ‘Made in Italy’ hallmark. Additionally, drawing on various segment strengths, Maggioni intends to unify the wider Group, thereby “unlocking further growth potential” according to the manufacturer.

Shortly after Maggioni’s appointment, Raimondi’s senior leadership team received additional new recruits to bolster and execute tailored operational and financial strategies.

News of Maggioni’s appointment comes after Raimondi launched a new company vision and brand identity, underscoring the manufacturer’s desire to overhaul its leadership and expand its global market share.


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