Riccardo Quattrini is the new CEO of Cefla

IMOLA. The Board of Directors of Cefla appointed Riccardo Quattrini as the new CEO based on his successful achievements over the years and his cross-corporate experience. In fact, Quattrini joined Cefla in 2010 (after his experiences with the Biesse Group and Delmac Group) assuming the Role of Sales and Marketing Manager of Cefla Finishing, a Business Unit for which he subsequently became Managing Director. After another four years, he took the helm at Cefla International, an office established specifically to oversee the company’s foreign direct investments. Since 2015 ha has also been Deputy Chairman of Acimall, the Italian woodworking machinery and tools manufacturers’ association. Born in 1967, Quattrini graduated in mechanical and management engineering and has attended various training courses in prestigious facilities such as: SDA Bocconi, Akademy Porsche Consulting Gmbh and S&A Change.

“I would like to thank the Chairman, the Board of Directors and everyone who has supported me on this journey. I am fully convinced that it is essential to ensure continuity to the process of integrating the different skills within our company, because “working together” has always been one of Cefla’s fundamental principles”, stated Riccardo Quattrini upon accepting the assignment.

“Our main objective is to create employment and profitability, by pursuing excellence and innovation in our products and services. We are working to give Cefla a greater international perspective, to enable it to grasp business opportunities on all continents, as a result of a mindset and skills that have an increasingly global focus. Cefla’s great value comes from its human capital: the investments made in know-how and in the growth of the human resources are thus essential conditions for our development, together with the ongoing improvement in our products and processes”, concluded the new CEO.


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