Raimondi Cranes Announces New CEO
Raimondi Cranes, heritage manufacturer of tower and luffing cranes, today announced the appointment of Eng. Domenico Ciano to the role of Chief Executive Officer effective immediately. Eng. Ciano will succeed Ahmed Alkhoshaibi, who served as Raimondi’s Chief Executive Officer since 2009.
“As Raimondi’s Chief Executive for more than a decade, I am pleased to see our succession planning process activated. I am confident and proud that Raimondi will have a leader that both values its heritage and that will further invigorate the significant upward trajectory we have experienced these past years,” said Alkhoshaibi, remarking on Eng. Ciano’s appointment.
“The wealth of in-house experience, together with his innovative approach to the crane industry, are only two of the reasons that the Board of Directors advocated for his appointment. I look forward to seeing Eng. Ciano’s passion, loyalty and drive rewarded through his position as our new Chief Executive,” continued Alkhoshaibi.
“I think it is important to highlight that above all else, we value and promote team members that demonstrate promise. Raimondi Cranes has invested in Eng. Ciano, and he has invested in Raimondi Cranes; that is an integral part of our success formula,” he said. Alkhoshaibi added that he will continue to play a role in Raimondi’s growth through his participation as a member of Board of Directors.
With over 17 years of experience in the crane industry, Eng. Ciano joined Raimondi Cranes in October 2014 as the company’s Technical Director. He was soon promoted to Chief Operations Officer, where he was instrumental in developing Raimondi’s research and development capabilities and has been responsible for delivering a number of extremely popular products to the global market.
Eng. Ciano’s appointment comes during a period of significant growth for Raimondi, which is steadily increasing its market share and pushing into new markets around the world, particularly in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America. He will also mastermind the roll-out of a number of new cranes during 2019.