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Senior vice president Tiitola steps down from Konecranes

Topi Tiitola, senior vice president of Integration and Project Management at Konecranes, has decided to leave the company.

He will leave the Konecranes leadership team today (14 July) but will remain at the company until 14 January 2024.

”I want to thank Topi Tiitola for his contribution to Konecranes' leadership team and the company overall over the past years. I warmly wish Topi all the best in his future endeavours,” stated Anders Svensson, Konecranes President and CEO.

As of July 14, Konecranes leadership team will consist of the following members:

Anders Svensson, President and CEO
Teo Ottola, CFO
Fabio Fiorino, Executive Vice President, Business Area Industrial Service & Equipment
Mika Mahlberg, Executive Vice President, Business Area Port Solutions
Juha Pankakoski, Executive Vice President, Technology
Anneli Karkovirta, Senior Vice President, People & Culture
Sirpa Poitsalo, Senior Vice President, General Counsel

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