New Vice President Sales & Service Pietro Tomasi

Written by: editor@pharmiweb.com
Published on: 14 Nov 2019

Pietro Tomasi has been appointed the Romaco Holding’s new Vice President Sales & Service. He succeeds Gary Kedgley, who has held this position since 2006 and will be retiring at the end of the year. The Romaco Group management would like to thank him for his valuable contribution to the successful marketing of the pharmaceutical machinery manufacturer’s products. Mr. Tomasi has been at the helm of the Romaco Group’s global Sales & Service organisation since July 2019. He is responsible for expanding and developing both the international Romaco Sales & Service Centres (SSC) and the Group’s worldwide network of agents. The supplier is aiming to establish a strong presence around the globe in this way, so that customers can profit directly from the know-how of a specialist for solid pharmaceuticals in their local region.

Pietro Tomasi was born in the Italian province of Ravenna and began his professional career back in the eighties as a service technician at IMA in Bologna. In the early nineties, he joined the sales team at the Marchesini Group, an Italian supplier of pharmaceutical packaging machines. After several years in the UK, where he built up Marchesini’s British branch, he gradually took on more and more responsibility for expanding and organising international sales structures. Prior to joining Romaco, he spent nearly two decades as the Italian Group’s Commercial, Sales and Marketing Director.

“We’re delighted to have Pietro Tomasi on board the management of the Romaco Group”, emphasised Jörg Pieper, CEO Romaco Group. “He’s a man who knows what he’s doing and what he’s talking about. Mr. Tomasi is thoroughly familiar with all the ins and outs of our industry and is very proactive when it comes to establishing the Romaco brand as a global player in the long term. He can draw on extensive managerial experience, an excellent knowledge of the market and broad technological expertise.”

“As Vice President Sales & Service at Romaco, I’m ideally placed to make things happen”, said Tomasi when prompted to outline his motives for switching to the Romaco Group. “I firmly believe that a strong sales and service organisation makes all the difference in the market! And since the economic situation in the global marketplace is changing all the time, dynamic processes are increasingly crucial to generate sustainable growth. Suppliers like us have to anticipate what their customers want and satisfy tomorrow’s needs today.”

Come along and meet Pietro Tomasi at Pharmtech & Ingredients in Moscow (Russia) or at P-MEC in Delhi NCR (India).

Pharmtech & Ingredients in Moscow (Russia) from November 19 to 22, 2019 (Crocus Expo IEC, Pavilion 2, Hall 8, Booths B3051 and B2051).

P-MEC India in Delhi NCR from November 26 to 28, 2019 (India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Booth 10.B03).

Romaco Group

Romaco is a leading international supplier of processing and packaging equipment specialising in engineering technologies for pharmaceutical solids. The group provides individual machines and turnkey solutions for manufacturing and packing powders, granulates, pellets, tablets, capsules, syringes and medical devices. Romaco also serves the food and chemical industries.

The Romaco Group has its headquarters in Karlsruhe (Germany) and is part of the Truking Group, a globally operating high-tech enterprise based in Changsha (China). Truking’s core competency is handling and filling pharmaceutical liquids.

Romaco operates from four European business sites, with a broad portfolio comprised of six established product brands. Noack and Siebler (Karlsruhe, Germany) supply blister, heat-sealing and rigid tube filling machines. Macofar (Bologna, Italy) markets technologies for filling sterile and non-sterile powders and liquids. Promatic (also Bologna, Italy) specializes in cartoners, track & trace systems and case packers. Kilian (Cologne, Germany) offers compression solutions for tableting while Innojet (Steinen, Germany) is an innovation leader for granulation and coating.

More than 650 highly skilled and committed Romaco employees are dedicated to the development of future product technologies and to the continuous implementation of internal improvement processes. Romaco’s multi-brand system solutions are sold worldwide through six Sales & Service Centres and a dense network of local agent organisations. Over 12,000 installations delivered by Romaco are currently in use in more than 180 different countries.

For more information about the Romaco Group, visit www.romaco.com

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