Changing of the guard at Mayfran International
Passing the baton: Wiel Kroonen (right) hands over to Frank Hinssen after almost 40 years with Mayfran, the last fourteen of which as managing director
At the turn of the year, Frank Hinssen will take over as managing director of Mayfran International, a leading global supplier of technology solutions for scrap and cooling lubricant processing, material handling in metal processing, recycling, and household waste processing. The 56 year old takes over the reins from Mayfran veteran Wiel Kroonen, 64, who is retiring at the end of the year after nearly 40 years with Mayfran, including the last 14 years as managing director.
Frank Hinssen has worked for more than 30 years in international production and material handling companies. The Dutchman joins Mayfran from a senior position at a leading international intralogistics and process automation company. A mechanical engineer with additional training at London’s Charted Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS), among others, has many years of experience in international business fields and the development of growth and transformation strategies. Mayfran is thus underlining its strategy of further expanding existing markets with particularly high-quality products and services.
Frank Hinssen says: “In a challenging market environment, I will focus on improving customer satisfaction by introducing new and innovative products and further establishing Mayfran as a reliable partner.”