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Automobili Lamborghini appoints Mr Matteo Ortenzi as CEO of Asia Pacific

Auto News - Published on Wed, 25 Apr 2018

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Automobili Lamborghini has announced the appointment of Mr Matteo Ortenzi as chief executive officer of Asia Pacific and Andrea Baldi as chief executive officer of Europe, Middle East and Africa, effective from 23 April. Mr Ortenzi, a director of the Management Board, replaces Baldi, who has led the Asia Pacific Region for the past four years. Baldi replaces Christian Mastro, who is moving to another role within the Group.

Mr Stefano Domenicali chairman and chief executive officer said that “Our business has achieved sustained sales growth over seven years. In 2017, we set another historic sales record with 3,815 cars delivered to customers around the world.”

Mr Domenicali said that “All regions set historic sales records with EMEA recording the highest growth when compared to 2016 sales of 1,477 units, an increase of 18 %, followed by APAC (1,000 units) a surge of 9 %. Our leadership team is strong and we look forward to continued success in these regions.”

Mr Ortenzi holds a degree in Economics and a Masters in analysis and management of the automotive sector. He has worked at Automobili Lamborghini since 2004, where he acquired a solid experience in the Financial department, growing up to be the Head of Controlling in 2012.

From September 2015, he has been in charge of the Project Management Department. His two major passions are cars and trekking.

Originally from Italy, Mr Baldi has a University degree in Industrial and Management Engineering. He began his career in 2001 with Ducati where he covered different positions up to Area Manager Asia Pacific.

Mr Baldi joined Lamborghini in 2010 and has hold different positions across Asia Pacific, as Head of South East Asia & Pacific Markets first, then Head of China before becoming the Asia Pacific head.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Wed, 25 Apr 2018
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