Harri Natunen, the new Talvivaara Mining Company Chief Executive Officer, has barely been in the position two weeks but has already started making big changes.
The group said the former executive committee and extended executive committee have now been consolidated into one committee.
The company also created three new positions, namely Chief Mining Officer, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Production Officer, as part of its efforts to promote and achieve the primary targets of the company while improving the foundations for the development of Talvivaara's operations in Finland.
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Jari Voutilainen, formerly General Manager of Business Development, will take over as Chief Mining Officer; Maija Kaski has got the gig as Chief Human Resources Officer while Mikko Korteniemi is the Chief Production Officer.
Lassi Lammassaari will continue to work for the company as Vice President - Strategic Projects. Lammassaari will focus on strategically important projects in the development and expansion of the company operations as of June 1st, 2012.
Natunen, who took up his new role following the company's annual general meeting on April 26th, replaces Pekka Per, who has retired from active operational duties.
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