"Only one rule - better to be safe than sorry, “ says CEO Didrik Bech
Elmatica employs Terho Koivisto as Country Manager in Finland
Terho Koivisto former Aspocomp Manager, is appointed as Country Manager in Finland for Elmatica. The employment will strengthen the position for Printed Circuit Broker Elmatica in the Finnish PCB market.
– Our latest addition to the Elmatica-team, Terho Koivisto, will together with our international Sales Department, contribute to further strengthen our position in the industry of printed circuits. We are delighted to have Koivisto onboard. His broad experience from Aspocomp, from production, quality, logistics, design, technical support and sales in relation to high-end technology, prototypes, and volume production, will strengthen our position and capabilities. His expertise from the Finnish market is a valuable asset to us, says CEO of Elmatica Didrik Bech.
During the last six years, Elmatica has expanded to new industries and countries with considerable success and growth. The establishment of local offices in both Poland, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Denmark and latest Finland strengthens their position as an experienced and predictable Broker of Printed Circuits.
– You might say it was about time to change territory after 25 years with Aspocomp. I am grateful for all the years with knowledgeable colleagues, but at the same time very satisfied to now be a part of Elmatica. Their reputation as an experienced broker of printed circuits, and one that value transparency and integrity, two factors that in my opinion will be proven even more important in the future business of printed circuits, played a vital part when I after 25 years decided to leave, says newly announced Country Manager, Terho Koivisto.
– I believe my knowledge of the Finnish market and experience with PCB since the early nineties, will strengthen our market position in Finland further. I have heard rumors of several of Elmatica dinners, where classic dance moves from the nineties are vital and look forward to being able to take part in them now, says Koivisto.