Aspocomp Appoints Antti Ojala Deputy CEO

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Antti Ojala, vice president, business development and a member of the management team, has been appointed deputy CEO as of October 29, 2018. Antti Ojala joined Aspocomp in 2003 and has held various positions in the company. Ojala has headed up business development and served as a member of the management team since 2013.

Aspocomp’s Vice President, Sales, Tero Päärni has announced that he will leave the company. His new employer does not engage in the PCB business. He will continue to serve in his position until the end of November. Tero Päärni worked for Aspocomp Group in various positions from 2002 to 2007 and has served as vice president, sales and a member of the management team since 2011.

“Tero has played a significant role in expanding the company’s customer base. I would like to thank Tero for his strong contribution in the past years and wish him great success in his new position,” says Mikko Montonen, Aspocomp’s president and CEO.

Aspocomp will immediately initiate the process of recruiting a new sales director for the company. During the recruitment process, CEO Mikko Montonen will be responsible for the sales organization.

“Aspocomp is a growing and successful company in an interesting field, so we have reason to believe that we will find an excellent sales director within or outside the company, either from Finland or elsewhere in Europe,” says Montonen.

About Aspocomp  

A printed circuit board (PCB) is used for electrical interconnection and as a component assembly platform in electronic devices. Aspocomp provides PCB technology design, testing and logistics services over the entire lifecycle of a product. The company’s own production and extensive international partner network guarantee cost-effectiveness and reliable deliveries.

Aspocomp’s customers are companies that design and manufacture telecommunication systems and equipment, automotive and industrial electronics, and systems for testing semiconductor components for security technology. The company has customers around the world and most of its net sales are generated by exports.

Aspocomp is headquartered in Espoo and its plant is in Oulu, one of Finland’s major technology hubs.

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