Italian aerial lift manufacturer Oil&Steel has made two new appointments to its technical and logistics team with Fabio Quattrosoldi joining the company as project leader for truck mounted platforms, and Antonio Pirretti appointed logistics manager.
Quattrosoldi joins the company after almost 15 years with foundation crane manufacturer Mait, where he was a project manager. He began his career in 2002 with bath and shower manufacturer Busco Industrie Riunite, leaving for Mait in 2006. Speaking of his new position he said: “I am excited to start this new challenge and I believe that my 15 years of experience will give me the chance to positively contribute to the development of new and quality performance products. Oil&Steel is a dynamic reality in continuous growth and that is motivating to me.”
Technical manager Rocco Stipo added: “Our goal is continuous improvement and growth and this is why we decided to implement our Technical Department. We are confident that Fabio will be able to provide a valuable contribution to our company’s development and to our products innovation.”
Pirretti joins the company from Toyota Material Handling Italy where, for the past three and a half years, he has been material handling logistics group leader, having joined the company in 2004 as a logistic process engineer. Speaking of his move, he said: “I am thrilled to become a part of this young and dynamic reality. I accepted this new challenge because I want to put myself out there, I wish to be on the front line in order to achieve personal and professional growth. I wish to share the experience and background knowledge I gained during my years at Toyota so as to improve work performance and optimise workflow processes.”
General manager Fabrizio Girotti added: “These important new appointments are part of Oil&Steel’s development strategy, aiming at strengthening every single business area. Thanks to their relevant professional background, Fabio and Antonio will surely be key in promoting our company’s modernisation and in meeting market needs in the best possible way.”