Konecranes Appoints Flynn as Executive VP

Posted by Michelle Howard
Thursday, March 27, 2014

Ryan Flynn is returning to Konecranes Plc and he has been appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Business Area Equipment.

Flynn will be a member of the Konecranes Group Executive Board and will report to Pekka Lundmark, President & CEO. Flynn will start in his new position on June 1, 2014.

Ryan Flynn has held the position of Vice President, Strategy & Business Development at BlueScope Steel, Global Building Solutions since 2013. In 2005-2013, Flynn worked at Konecranes Plc as the Senior Vice President, Head of Region Asia-Pacific and Director, Port Cranes & Lifttrucks, Northeast & Southeast Asia. All the above-mentioned duties were located in Shanghai, China. Flynn has previous working experience in Johannesburg, South Africa at NFS Industrial Machinery (Pty) Limited, Afinta Motor Corporation and Standard Bank. Flynn is born in 1971 and holds BCom and MBA degrees.

Flynn succeeds Hannu Rusanen who has announced that he is leaving Konecranes to pursue other interests.

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