ASPOCOMP GROUP OYJ PRESS RELEASE December 7, 2004 at 10:00 AM
RAMI RAULAS – NEW SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, SALES AND MARKETING FOR ASPOCOMP
Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration Rami Raulas (43) has
been appointed as the Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing of the Aspocomp
Group and as a member of the Management Team. Raulas moves to Aspocomp from
Fujitsu Siemens Computers and his most recent position as Marketing Director for
the Nordic and Baltic Countries based in Stockholm.
Raulas has worked in global and regional sales and marketing management at
Fujitsu Siemens Computers since the establishment of the company in 1999, and
more than ten years previously with Fujitsu Computers and its predecessor
companies. In addition to Finland, his native country, he has been based in
Sweden, England and Germany.
Maija-Liisa Friman, President and CEO, tel. +358 400 488 932
Rami Raulas, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, tel. +358 50 331 1741
ASPOCOMP GROUP OYJ
President and CEO
Aspocomp: Innovative interconnection solutions for the electronics industry
The Aspocomp Group offers and develops innovative interconnection solutions for
the electronics industry in close cooperation with its customers. We hold a
strong and recognised position as a supplier of mobile data terminal equipment
components and we aim to further strengthen our position as a supplier to the
automotive industry and data communications networks. We offer our global
customers a fast road to mass production through flexible and cost-effective
adaptation of new technologies, to which our balanced production structure in
Europe and Asia is well adapted.
We strive to offer solutions to our customers that enable increased flexibility
in their own product development. Our belief is that this advantage will bear
increasing significance for our customers as end product lifecycles continue to
The Aspocomp Group’s production facilities are located close to its customers in
Finland, China and Thailand. In 2003 Group turnover stood at around 180 million
euros with a staff of some 3,500.
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