With the goal of providing a more targeted focus on the significant challenges facing its Engineered Conveyor Solutions (ECS) business, Fenner Dunlop has restructured the leadership of its global business operations.
Edwin Have has been appointed to the role of executive director, Northern Hemisphere. In this role, he will be responsible for ECS Northern Hemisphere/Americas including Europe, India, North Africa/Middle East and the Americas.
Have has a financial background and has worked for Fenner Dunlop for 16 years, initially as a finance director and, since 2006, as the managing director for the Dunlop Drachten operation. More recently, he was appointed to the role of Managing Director for ECS in EMEA. He has a wealth of experience in conveyor belting with significant time spent in the industrial markets.
As part of his Northern Hemisphere responsibilities, Have will immediately take over executive management of the Fenner Dunlop Americas organization
Concurrently, Cassandra Pan, president of Fenner Dunlop Americas, has decided to bring her retirement forward. Her final day with Fenner Dunlop was October 5, 2015. “We thank Cassandra for her years of service and her significant contribution to Fenner, both in China and more recently in North and South America,” said Nicholas Hobson, CEO of Fenner PLC.
Additionally, David Landgren has been appointed to the role of executive director, Southern Hemisphere. In this role, Landgren will be responsible for ECS Southern Hemisphere/Asia Pacific including Australia, China and South Africa.
Landgren and Have will also continue to serve as members of the Fenner executive committee.