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Teraplast appoints Mirela Pop as new CEO

Teraplast Group, the largest PVC processor in Romania and one of the leading manufacturers of materials for construction and installation market, is having starting with May 9th, 2017 a new Chief Executive Officer in the person of Mirela Pop, after the Board of Directors approved to end, through the consent of the parties, the mandate given to Mircea Hotoleanu.

2017-05-10 14:18:53

Mirela Pop is economist and is part of Teraplast team since 2008. She initially managed various financial departments, and in 2014 passed into the commercial area, being responsible with the management of the Installations & Decorations business line. Since last year, she is also managing the activities of the window profiles business line and the logistic activities. The businesses managed by Mirela Pop generate approximately 50 per cent of the Teraplast Group consolidated turnover.

"During the last nine years in Teraplast there were many situations in which I received projects different of what I was doing now," said Mirela Pop, the new Chief Executive Officer of Teraplast. "I am not afraid of challenges, because I am not alone; I have with me a strong and professional team. This year will not be easy, but we an important Romanian industrial Group, we are financially stable, we have a products portfolio which allow us to constantly reinvent ourselves, so we are confident that we will be able to achieve the income and profitability targets budgeted for 2017."



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