Neste Oil Retail Business Area Executive VP Antti Tiitola: we need to streamline our organizational structure and operations to achieve business growth

Neste Oil’s Oil Retail business area reorganizing to improve customer service and enhance operations

ESPOO, 4-4-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — “The primary objective is to achieve business growth. To facilitate growth, we must be agile, improve our understanding of customers’ needs, produce a convenient customer experience, and boost our sales and marketing. To support these aims, we also need to streamline our organizational structure and operations,” says Antti Tiitola, Executive Vice President, Oil Retail Business Area.

Starting from 1 April 2015, the composition of the Oil Retail management team, headed by Tiitola, will be as follows: Annika Ahlholm (strategy), Sam Holmberg (network development in Finland and the Baltic countries), Mika Hyötyläinen (marketing and digitalization), and Panu Kopra (sales in Finland and the Baltic countries). Additional support and input will be provided by Oil Retail’s HR director, Business Controller and Head of Business ICT.

The new organization should be in place by early June.

Neste Oil Corporation

Kaisa Lipponen
Director of Corporate Communications

Further information:

Antti Tiitola, Executive Vice President, Oil Retail, tel. +358 (0)10 458 4273

Neste Oil in brief
Neste Oil Corporation is a refining and marketing company specializing in high-quality fuels for cleaner traffic. The company produces all of the most important oil products and is the world’s leading supplier of diesels made from renewable raw materials. In 2014, the company’s net sales stood at EUR 15 billion, and it employs some 5,000 people. Neste Oil’s shares are traded on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki.

Neste Oil has been accepted into the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. The company has also been on the Global 100 list of sustainable companies for several years in succession. CDP Forest has selected Neste Oil as one of the best companies in taking care of their forest footprint in the oil and gas industry.




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