FRANCE: Alex Rasmussen, senior vice president at Systemair Denmark, is to serve as president of the Eurovent Association for a further year.

The Association’s recent 60th annual meeting in Versailles, France, confirmed the presidency of Alex Rasmussen for an additional year on the normal two-year term following the retirement of first vice-president Stefaan Sonjeau.

Rasmussen has been leading the Eurovent Association since May 2015 on a mandate of the Danish Ventilation association. He will now be supported by Naci Sahin of Friterm and the Turkish association ISKID as first vice-president.

David Jacobs, Baltimore Aircoil’s vice-president and managing director EMEA, representing Belgian association Agoria, and Halton Group chairman Mika Halttunen, representing the Finnish association FABSI, were newly elected to the board of vice-presidents.

Re-elected were: Luca Binaghi (associations: Assoclima, Assofoodtec, company: Sabiana, Italy); Henk Kranenberg (association: NKI, company: Daikin, Netherlands); Robin Vollert (association: Svensk Ventilation, company: Swegon, Sweden); Karsten Fuchs (association: VDMA FV ALT, company: EBM-Papst, Germany); Eric Jasikas (association: Uniclima, company: UTC CCS, France); Guillermo Rosenberg (association: AFEC, company: Hitecsa, Spain).

Rasmussen spent 10 years with refrigeration company Gram Equipment A/S before joining Systemic in 1998 as managing director. Rasmussen took over the Eurovent presidency from Christian Herten, GEA Group.

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