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ALLU appoints Olivier Jeanneaux as its French sales manager

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Global Mining Review,

The last two years have seen Finnish-based Transformer and Processor manufacturer ALLU enjoy impressive growth. This has enabled the company behind the attachment concept to further assist companies throughout the world. In order to continue its expansion, and the growth of its impressive French business, ALLU is pleased to announce the appointment of Olivier Jeanneaux as its new French Sales Manager.

ALLU appoints Olivier Jeanneaux as its French sales manager

French native Jeanneaux is a well-known name to the crushing, screening and material processing industries throughout France. Jeanneaux has worked for the past 30 years in the industry, being previously employed in a variety of senior roles by Kleeman, Metso and latterly, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology.

“With all his experience, his drive and his focus on understanding the needs of customers, I am sure Olivier will contribute greatly to ALLU’s continuing success,” says ALLU president Ola Ulmala. Olivier Jeanneaux 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 France.”

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