Almac/AlmaCrawler’s export sales manager Jonathan Vioni is moving on to a new challenge, after eight years with the Italian tracked aerial lift manufacturer.
He left the company Last week but has yet to confirm exactly what his new challenge will be. He joined Almac in late 2015 and has been instrumental in its growth from a small niche player to a globally recognised product, with worldwide distribution and increasingly extensive tracked product line.
Vioni joined the company after two and a half years as sales manager with new and used forklift dealer Max Solutions but began his career in 2017 as a sales trainee with boiler manufacturer Immergas. His next career move took him to the internal sales department at Terex in Parma in 2012, having completed just over a year in the National Volunteer Civil Service. His move to Terex came as it merged its port handling products from Noell, Fantuzzi, PPM and Reggiane, as well as Gottwald under the Terex Gottwald brand. He left Terex for Max Solutions the following year.
Speaking of his departure he said: “I entered Almac in 2015 as a young unexperienced sales guy and now I leave as a professional. It has been an amazing journey since Andrea and Pietro gave me a chance and believed in me. I learned a lot and I can't be thankful enough for this wonderful path and for what we have built and the important milestones we have reached as a team.”
“I'd like to thank Andrea, the whole board of Almac, as well as my ‘partners in crime’ in sales Oana, Karim & Stefano, the great engineering minds of Lorenzo, Cristian, Denny & Gian and all the team that I had the pleasure to share my best time with.”
I must also thank all the customers, partners and professionals inside and outside the industry with whom I have had the immense pleasure of sharing my journey and pleasant moments. While it's tough to say goodbye, I’m ready and excited to embrace my next adventure, with a new chapter and future challenges. Thank you all.”