Enics Strengthens Operations with New Appointments


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Enics wants to deliver the best customer experience and uncompromised reliability in industrial electronics. Strong factory network and One Enics experience are the key in driving the sustainable success of our customers. Therefore, Enics is strengthening the focus in operations and appointed Mikko Lassas (MSc Engineering) vice president, operations and member of Enics Management Team starting from January 1, 2019. In his new position Mikko will report to the president and CEO of Enics Group.

In his new role, Mikko is responsible for company's factory network and factories’ quality, delivery and cost performance leading to excellent customer satisfaction. Mikko has been working in Enics since 2005 in various positions; global product and technology transfer manager, global project manager and general manager in Lohja, Västerås and Elva business units. Prior to this appointment Mikko held a position of general manager Finland and Estonia and managing director of Enics Raahe Oy. Before joining Enics Mikko has been working in Tellabs in various global positions.

Following the change in Mikko’s position, Keijo Uusimaa (MSc Industrial Engineering and Management) is appointed general manager Finland and member of Enics Management Conference starting from January 1, 2019. In his new position Keijo will report to vice president, operations. Keijo has been working in Enics from year 2012 as manager, CRM and engineering services in Lohja business unit. Prior to Enics Keijo has been working in Tellabs in various global positions.

“Enics wants to continue building a strong One Enics experience and superior customer satisfaction, and the strong focus on quality, delivery and cost is obviously the key in our type of the business. Mikko’s strong experience working in both global and local level in Enics as well as his customer-oriented approach is a good fit for this new key role in our company”, says Petri Suikkanen Interim President and CEO of Enics Group. “I’m also confident Keijo will continue Mikko’s good work in our Finnish Business Units in Lohja and Raahe and take them to next level. I want to wish the best of success for both Mikko and Keijo in their new positions”, he continues.

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