Marel changes commercial structure as part of global focus
Food machinery giant Marel has announced changes to its commercial structure, with its teams set to be split into two functions: service and global markets.
Ulrika Lindberg has been appointed as the executive vice president of service, and Einar Einarsson has been appointed as the executive vice president of global markets.
They will both become members of Marel´s executive team and report to Arni Oddur Thordarson, CEO of Marel.
Thordarson said: “We operate in a dynamic world where customer needs are evolving fast.
“Marel has enjoyed great success over the years built on our united team, strong customer relationships and significant investments into innovation and its infrastructure and facilities around the globe.”
The company states that the objective of the changes is to drive continued growth and success by further enhancing its customer experience and synchronising the way of working within the company globally.
Thordarson continues: “To stay at the forefront of the industry and achieve our ambitious growth plans we need to evolve and enhance the customer journey further.”
Petur Gudjonsson, former executive vice president of commercial will take on a new role within Marel.
Thordarson adds: “On behalf of everyone here at Marel, I want to take this opportunity to thank Petur Gudjonsson sincerely for his valuable contribution and dedicated service as executive vice president of commercial.”
Marel supplies advanced food processing systems and services to the global marketplace.